In our complex world, it is easy to divide “reality” into separate components, thus fail to see the interconnections between them all.
What is most exciting for me...
January 30, 2011 by Ian Gartshore Under bicycle, earth, energy, healing, love, planet, renewable, SPIRIT, sustainable Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on An Act of Spirituality
“You have 90 days to cease all agricultural activity…” read the letter from the Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN), on behalf of the District of Lantzville. “Your property...
January 17, 2011 by Nicole and Dirk Under becker, bylaws, farming, food, Lantzville, local, nicole shaw, permaculture, shaw, sustainability, urban Posted in FEATURE | 40 Comments »
“You Have Come Here To Find What You Already Know”
(attributed to the Buddha)
I am closer to 66 than 65 and with that realization I quail sometimes at the challenges I have set...
January 17, 2011 by Kelly Murphy Under buddha, kelly murphy, life purpose, self reflection, surrender, vulnerability, yoga Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on You Have Come Here To Find What You Already Know
Ramblings of an Old Flower: Renovations Inside & Out
It all started with a friend of mine putting in hardwood floors at her house. When she told me that not only would she have...
January 17, 2011 by Helena Green Under awareness, helena green, inner shift, ramblings, Vision Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Renovations Inside & Out
Being Environmentally Conscious: A Great Lesson in Self-Awareness
Being environmentally or socially conscious is often difficult. For example, as one contemplates throwing an empty...
January 17, 2011 by Diane Hancox Under awareness, conscious, diane hancox Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on Being Environmentally Conscious
This week I saw a double rainbow. To be honest, I can totally get why this is a sight that gets people going. Admittedly I felt blissed-out, revved up and ready for the world. I definitely...
January 17, 2011 by Alexa Linton Under alexa linton, joy, laughter Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Double Rainbows and Giggles
The world is a dangerous place. And the list of dangers includes our food supply.
If a government agency with a mandate to protect us from food-borne pathogens tells us a food is...
January 17, 2011 by Tsiporah Grignon Under agrarian, food, GMO, industrial, local, safety, sustainable, tsiporah Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on The Safety of Our Food
In the 1950s and 60s most adults in North America smoked cigarettes or other tobacco products. We thought nothing of it.
However, increasing research evidence of tobacco health risks...
January 17, 2011 by Dr. Neill Neill Under AA, addiction, alcoholism, neill neill, recovery, smoking, treatment Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on From Twelve Steps to One Step
Eighteen years ago I had a life-changing dream. I was looking for my friend Andrew, and I found him off in a room, alone. Moving closer, I saw him writhing in agony on his hospital...
January 17, 2011 by Lynn Thompson Under dream, lynn thompson Posted in PONDERING | 1 Comment »
“Keepers of the Trees: A Guide to Re-Greening North America” by Ann Linnea, Skyhorse Publishing, ISBN 978-1-61608-007-5
Ann Linnea, co-author of The Circle Way: A Leader in Every...
January 17, 2011 by Mary Ann Moore Under linnea, mary ann moore, merv wilkinson, trees Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on Book Review: Keepers of the Trees
2012: The Mayan Calendar and You
A Cumberland Bear
A Lantzville Couple’s Fight for the Right to Grow Food
A Tale of Empowerment
Acupuncture & Body Care Clinic – A Natural Solution
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