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Petroglyphs: Ancient Rock Engravings

Robin Waters is a painter, photographer and Life student and teacher. Robin had spoken to me of her much anticipated vacation to the red rocks of Sedona.  She shared how she was drawn to the petroglyphs and how she loved to view and photograph them. This telephone conversation awakened my curiosity and started this Sown […]

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Red Cross Response to Typhoon Haiyan from Redcross.org

This is a reposting of an article as it appears on  Red Cross.org. “Red Cross has begun distributions of relief supplies and volunteers are packing more supplies to send to all the affected areas.” Posted November 14, 2013 In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan that tore through the Philippines last Friday, the global Red Cross […]

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The Big Top Is the Big Bottom for Circus Animals

The Big Top Is The Big Bottom  for Circus Animals The circus is in town to entertain us. Trailers with monkeys and tigers arrive and park on the side of the road or pull into the Big Top. You can’t miss them. It is certainly something very different to see. Totally out of normal experience. […]

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Volunteers for Indigent and Vulnerable Animals

San Felipe, Mexico is located in the Northern Baja peninsula on the Sea of Cortez.  It is a small fishing village, home to many Americans.  Among its citizens is an incredible network of caring and loving individuals who have united to become VIVA, Volunteers for Indigent and Vulnerable Animals.  It is a non-profit 501c3 organization […]

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DESIDERATA “Desired Things” by Max Ehrmann 1927

DESIDERATA  “Desired Things” Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence.  As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons.  Speak your truth quietly and clearly: and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant: they too have their story.  Avoid loud and […]

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