Manifestation Wisdom <mar24>

If you don't know
where you are going,
any road will get you there.
Lewis Carrol

Flow Road <mar20>

I made these Sierra trips,
carrying only a sackful of bread
with a little tea and sugar,
and was thus independent and free...
John Muir

Action Offering <mars17>

We were late for the shuttle. Fortunately, they waited up and we were on our way. Good view of the planet today. We expect a few more orbits and then we will be headed home.

Unity Deer <mar15>

call for peace

Flow Storm <mar7>

If you were born
without wings do nothing
to prevent their growing
Coco Chanel

Flint Empowerment <mar6>

About Radical Honesty

Even if you know the
aliens reAlly Are coming!
And even if you know that
everyone else knows the
aliens reAlly Are coming!
Lie. Be sure to LIE

Stability Earth <mar5>

Declaration of the Four Sacred Things

The Earth is a living, conscious being. In company with cultures of many different times and places, we name these things as sacred: air, fire, water, and earth.

Whether we see them as the breath, energy, blood, and body of the Mother, or as the blessed gifts of a Creator, or as symbols of interconnected systems that sustain life, we know that nothing can live without them.

To call these things sacred is to say that they have a value beyond their usefulness for human ends, that they themselves become the standard by which our acts, our economics, our laws, and our purposes must be judged. No one has the right to appropriate them or profit from them at the expense of others. Any government that fails to protect them forfeits its legitimacy.

All people, all living things, are part of the earth life, and so are sacred. No one of us stands higher or lower than any other. Only justice can assure balance; only ecological balance can sustain freedom. Only in freedom can that fifth sacred thing we call spirit flourish in its full diversity.

To honor the sacred is to create conditions in which nourishment, sustenance, habitat, knowledge, freedom, and beauty can thrive. To honor the sacred is to make love possible.

To this we dedicate our curiosity, our will, our courage, our silences, and our voices. To this we dedicate our lives.


Action Wisdom <mar4>

It is a paradox of creative recovery that we must get serious about taking ourselves lightly. We must work at learning to play.
Julia Cameron

Unity Jaguar <mar2>

The physical body of man,
its needs according to law,
and possibilities of manifestation

G.I. Gurdjieff