This space is reserved for sites that I feel are in the best interest of caregivers and those of us who are learning to be caregivers of our planet Earth. I am interested in sites you the reader would suggest. My hope in selecting this image is to convey a sense of how delicate and unique our Mother is. I for one want the "Blue Ball" to be preserved and not de-evolve into "habitat" of our closest neighbor. So, let's have a conversation and a rigorous debate to do with our purpose, we humans, that our Creator intends for us. It is my belief that we are on a path that is existential to our species, our purpose, our mother.
White Earth Nation: www.whiteearth.com
Honor the Earth: www.honorearth.org
This image is an Earth Rise over the Moon. This is "OUR" planet. She is all we have.
High Plains Public Radio will begin airing all new episodes of Our Turn At This Earth, beginning this Thursday at 6:44 p.m. CT during All Things Considered.
Every week in Our Turn At This Earth, author Julene Bair ponders the questions she began asking as a young woman working beside her father as a fourth generation High Plains farmer: How do we honor our families’ past while also honoring the land and water beneath our feet? How do we ensure that our children and grandchildren will have a future during their turn at this earth?
Julene Bair is the author of One Degree West and The Ogallala Road. For links to her books and other essays visit www.julenebair.com.
Our Turn at This Earth is a production of High Plains Public Radio, written and voiced by Julene Bair and produced by Angie Haflich.
My hope and prayer is that a bridge between cultures can be created where the Ancient Traditions of the Americas share with the enlightened of the western tradition and learn to honor the Earth and protect the water. If this were to occur, my heart and my Spirit would be lifted. Let's take the opportunity afforded us now to return to the path of balance and sustainability.
Here is the link to HPPR URL: https://www.hppr.org/programs/our-turn-earth.
Our Turn At This Earth
This is some of the most fascinating Art I've encountered in some time. I am posting the Artist's website URL here: www.jacquelynlevan.com. Explore and enjoy this inspired work from NOLA.
City Park NOLA
I hope that you will make an effort to visit and support one of the most splendid examples of Indian cultural expression. Many events are open to the public. Please visit the website https://powwows.com for more information. We are guests at these events and it is a good idea to become familiar with Powwow etiquette. Paul's site covers this and so much more. This site is a real treasure.
The wonder of the Powwow.
This is my Spiritual Home. This magical place brings light into our community. We are located in Duluth, MN.
We have a drumming circle that meets every Thursday at 7 PM. Please come and join us. There is not a prescribed format. We drum about that which is important in that particular moment. We welcome all and do our best to accommodate everyone.
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The end of culture and human history as we know it in our lifetime; Noam Chomsky has wrestled with this certain knowledge his entire intellectual career. Please go to the “Links” tab on this site for an expansion on this topic. The basic or underlying premise of this lecture is that in Western Culture there exists an Institutional Logic that is deeply pathological and must be “cured” before it ends us. I have personal and first-hand experience with the tools and mechanisms of the Existential behavior of the so-called “advanced” cultures of today. To be crude and blunt, we are the only species that defecates in our own watering hole. This assertion, if not fact, was presented to the world in the Einstein-Russell Manifesto of 1955 in terms of nuclear weapons. Of course, Global Warming and Ecological Catastrophe as pathways leading to the same fate were not yet well established. We are consigning ourselves to a fate, at our peril, if we ignore the warning and stay on this path. We obviously are at yet another fork in the road of human history. One way lays certain destruction and the other gets us back on the path taken long ago and nearly forgotten. This is the path I am on awakening to my Ojibwe Heritage.
Here is the URL to the lecture introduced by David Barsamian: