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Old 08-19-2012, 01:07 PM
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I'm thinking we should celebrate the changes we are seeing on the planet. View it as an opportunity to learn. Maybe we should learn from the Hopi who grow corn without much water instead of the Big Agri companies that want to make GM corn that sustains drought. So far I don't think they have done well with that concept.

What other changes do you think we can learn from?
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Old 08-19-2012, 08:36 PM
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I think we can learn from the debacle we call the media that our focus should be driven from our own intuition and not all the fodder the media feeds our pain body as Eckhart calls it. Our personal and collective rise in vibration rate is dependent on it.

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I'm thinking we should celebrate the changes we are seeing on the planet. View it as an opportunity to learn. Maybe we should learn from the Hopi who grow corn without much water instead of the Big Agri companies that want to make GM corn that sustains drought. So far I don't think they have done well with that concept.

What other changes do you think we can learn from?
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Old 08-20-2012, 04:28 AM
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I think our weather changes are a huge lesson for the positive. They remind us that we're not in charge of the planet and that we have a responsibility to our planet. It's a reminder that doesn't seem to have got through in other ways and so maybe the extreme change is nature's way of reminding us who's boss and to be respectful.
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There is a list of these changes rolling around in my head that just seems to go on ad infinitum.Each feels serious and a sometimes overwhelmingly huge opportunity for that which is positive... if humanity can take the leap. Here are a few suggestions for the activists here to consider...of course, the climate...the global climate.It is clear all countries participating in serious climate studies are, in fact, in agreement to the seriousness of global warming and the effects that this mostly man made mess comes from carbon emmissions and other industrial toxic chemicals.If we can actually get off of oil based economies globally... this would certainly be wise. Greenlands ice, for example is practically all melted. When the ocean currents start changing due to polar ice melt...it will be a very different planet.One can write to their state representatives in our country and continually let them know that you as a citizen are actually paying attention. Oh dear...that was only one thing on my list and I have seeemed to have used up this space.

Greedy government regimes really need to be overhauled. Many years ago(70's), I heard a speech given by Dr. Margaret Mead, the anthropologist at a Population Institute seminar. She was a pioneer in understanding humanity's future globally and made it quite clear that our population was outgrowing the sustainablilty for such numbers as we have now.She predicted it all but, few were actually listening. At the very least, it is positive for sustainability for all countries to embrace birth control.I would like to see a less divided world, a world without the boundaries and antiquated thinking that we have now...one where we truly help each other and use less of everything that we take for granted living here.
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I have been to Oraibi to visit the Hopi's as well. If you examine the ruins of this ancient city on the Mesa, the evidence is very clear(in the ruins) that they in fact, had a very sophisticated (for the time) irrigation system there. It is my understanding that they do not use this system today but do conserve and grow real natural corn with far less water than is being utilized by the large agribusinesses in the US. Working towards stopping the genitically made foods and banning them completely would be a very positive step. Many of us are also aware that our bees are in gave jeopardy as well and those trying to protect them, who have been harassed. Putting Monsanto out of business and others spreading dangerous hazardous wastes and lying to the public, of course needs to be addressed even more than is happening now. Getting involved in this issue in all of our communities would be another positive change possibility.
Forgive me for rambling on too much. if I have offended anyone here with my words...that was not my intent which was to sincerely answer Shirley"s question.
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Hi Wolfdog
I doubt you offended many --- if any. I don't know anyone who thinks Monsato is doing the world a service.

We do need to learn from our ancestors and better that with the tools we have today. Mother Earth is just reminding us we can do much better.
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