Posts Tagged ‘conservation’

Earth Day is Every Day Now

Earth Day is Every Day Now! Official Earth Day is April 22nd but as we all can agree, we need to make earth day every day now! Arctic ice is melting and forcing cold air south. After the tumultuous winter in the northeast of America due to 4 nor’easters and everywhere else around the globe

Gliding Easily Into September

Even though we officially celebrate the new year in January, September always seems like the beginning of the new season. Its arrival heralds the transition from carefree summer to the harbinger of autumn, a time of responsibilities, deadlines and for some, school. The best way to make this change easily is to add a new

February is the auspicious month of love

February is the auspicious month of love: both red & golden. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day on the 14th as we send love to all those who touch our lives. From human love to Divine love, we are surrounded by Love.  For this February is also special since it is a Leap Year and has

The 1st day of autumn

The 1st day of autumn has arrived. It is filled with the warmth of the sun and yet, there is a slight hint of the new season for the day is shorter. The fruits of summer are now on the vine, about to be picked and savored. What does autumn mean to you: a quickening

Earth Day/Mother’s Day

Spring has finally arrived here in the US northeast. Everyone is happy to see the early flowering and buds! These were taken on the 22nd, the 45th Earth Day. Even these beautiful cherry blossoms seem to be smiling. Begun by a small group of concerned people, Earth Day has grown into an international event with

World Monuments Fund Watch Day

Greetings to all. I would like to put into perspective today for Mira chose this very good day months ago to hold the World Monuments Fund Watch Day.  Just yesterday was the UN’s 69th birthday and I had the privilege of being in the General Assembly for its birthday as Lang Lang and Sting played. 

Santa Fe, New Mexico

When the All USA Meeting in Taos ended, my daughter and I went to Santa Fe. The city was a gentle reentry into the general culture, integrating many aspects of New Mexico. It’s the capital of the state so there are several large governmental buildings along with the grounding presence of the Native American everywhere,

All USA Meeting: Taos, New Mexico

Taos is in the southwest of America. It is wonderful and wild and so very open. Outside of the the small town, there truly are large open spaces and blue sky that goes on forever. The green of the sage brush in the high desert is a wonderful color. Against the beige of the sand

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