This a very compelling two minute video. Iran is in need of our thoughts and prayers.
Indigo clouds hovered over Boulder, threatening heavy rain and severe thunderstorms. Typically I like this kind of weather, but yesterday I’d planned a Free Hugs event to take place on the Pearl Street Mall (outdoors for those of you not familiar with the Boulder area). It sprinkled a short bit and my 14 year old son, his friend, a friend of mine and I held our Free Hugs signs and let the hugging begin. As anyone who has participated in Free Hugs, it isPosted Junio 16th, 2009
speaking about ubuntu, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and how we all need to come together on the planet to make change.
Lynn LaunerPosted Junio 10th, 2009
I have been wanting to say this for years. I cannot thank you enough for having written the CVW books and organising the Humanity teams. It hopefully will cause us to breakthrough and not breakdown. You're THE BEST!!Posted Junio 5th, 2009
The more I keep my eyes and ears and heart open, the more I hear and see and feel Oneness…from ancient to contemporary figures.
My brother Ben, brought this one to my attention. Thank you, Ben.
From The Unknown Teachings of Lao Tzu, by Brian Walker
Vivo pensando que un nuevo dia va a comenzar donde encontrarè miles de amigos esperandome y dejarè de estar sola. Quiero abrazar el mundo!Posted Mayo 23rd, 2009
There are many ways to describe the work we do in Humanity’s Team. Preparing for the Oneness Summit in South Africa, I came to a fresh perspective that I’d like to share with you. It describes the role our heart plays in the awakening process.Posted Mayo 21st, 2009
Hello everyone, I'm so happy to be part of the team . . . can't wait to share . . . and to live the dream of unity in diversity . . . blessings . . . love . . . joy and laughterPosted Mayo 19th, 2009
After a fairly bumpy hour long drive in an open jeep type vehicles, HT Global Council members arrived at the Sabi Sand game reserve in Kruger National Park before the break of dawn.
The air cool, the light a deep pre-sunrise and overcast gray-indigo, the monkeys, birds and hyenas greeted the day in languages of their own. Our bush-walk guides welcomed us at a “base camp” with hot coffee and warm berry biscuits.Posted Mayo 18th, 2009
i'm a Basketball coach and I teach the ideas from CWG for my little players.
I'm sure they will change their families, their friends and their future children creating an amazing world to the next generations.
Big Hug!!!Posted Mayo 18th, 2009