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Being Mindful of those who are unable to speak for themselves; our Non-Two Legged Relations and the Future Generations.

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Thursday, November 28, 2013


From Huff Post:

Eric Zuesse

Global Warming's Villains Are Finally Identified

Posted: 11/26/2013 2:43 pm

90 companies have produced two-thirds of all the global-warming gases that are currently in our atmosphere and dooming our planet, and they've produced half of that since just 1986, according to the first-ever scientific analysis of the sources of the planet's global-warming gases.

Virtually all 90 of these firms are oil, gas, and coal producers. Starting with #1, the top 20 are: 
  • ChevronTexaco, 
  • ExxonMobil, 
  • Aramco (Saudi Arabia), 
  • BP, 
  • Gazprom (Russia), 
  • Shell (Netherlands), 
  • National Iranian Oil Co., 
  • Pemex (Mexico), 
  • ConocoPhillips, 
  • Petroleos de Venezuela, 
  • Coal India, 
  • Peabody Coal USA, 
  • Total (France), 
  • PetroChina, 
  • Kuwait Petroleum,
  •  Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (UAE), 
  • Sonatrach (Algeria), 
  • Consol Energy USA, 
  • BHP-Billiton (Australia),  
  • Anglo-American (UK, the company that got America's CIA to install the Shah in Iran).

"The decision-makers, the CEOs, or the ministers of coal and oil if you narrow it down to just one person, they [for all 90 firms] could all fit on a Greyhound bus or two," said the study's author, Richard Heede, of the Climate Accountability Institute in Colorado. His study, "Tracing Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions to Fossil Fuel and Cement Producers, 1854-2010," was published online in the journal Climate Change, on Friday 22 November 2013, which was coincidentally the final day of the UN's collapsing climate talks in Warsaw Poland. Furthermore, Naomi Oreskes of Harvard, who has extensively studied global-warming denial, told Britain's Guardian, "One of the most interesting things" about Heede's report "was the overlap of large scale producers and the funding of disinformation campaigns" about the man-made origin of global warming.
The top beneficiaries of spreading such disinformation are top executives and owners of those 90 companies. Five of the top 20 firms are in Europe, and the Guardian headlined on the same day as the study, "Warsaw Climate Change Talks Falter as EU and Developing Countries Clash." Fiona Harvey reported that, "United Nations talks on climate change were on the brink of breaking down on Friday as a group of developing countries launched a furious attack on the European Union over plans to set out a timetable towards a global deal on greenhouse gas emissions." 


Most of the producing companies are owned by aristocrats in rich countries such as in Europe, whereas most of the floodings, typhoons, deaths, and destructions, will occur in the equatorial countries, where the average per-capita incomes are less than 10% of what prevails in those less-hot countries.


Connie Hedegaard, the EU's climate-talks chief, was holding out for the oil, coal, and gas companies' position, which is that the poor countries will just have to take their lumps and get destroyed by global warming, or else develop their oil, gas and coal reserves on terms dictated by rich countries, which will force poor countries to choose between either never developing at all, or else developing in ways that continue to enable the rich countries to buy fuel cheap and doom the poor countries, the primary victims of climate change. Fiona Harvey reported that, "Rows over whether rich countries should pay compensation to the poor for the effects of climate change, and over how governments can move to a historic global deal on emissions, have disrupted the fortnight-long talks, which have been marked by walk-outs and recriminations." The environmental radio show, "Living On Earth," headlined "Warsaw Walkout," and reported that Greenpeace said that the talks were "a complete betrayal to the sense of urgency that is needed. Our political leaders have the temerity to tolerate the fact that we are called hooligans when in fact the real hooligans are the CEOs and the real bosses of oil, coal and gas companies that have completely captured our governments, and they have completely captured this negotiating process."
Poland was so hostile towards the talks, so that across town, at the same time, the Guardian reported that, "Provocatively, cheekily and perhaps even audaciously, the World Coal Association decided to hold a two-day conference in the city with the overt support of Poland's Ministry of Economy."


Poorer countries can just go roast in hell, was the message from Europe.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Obama was standing aside, and his Secretary of State John Kerry, in a video addressed to the conference, spoke platitudes about the matter. For example, on November 19th, Politico headlined "U.S. serious on climate, John Kerry tells U.N. summit." However, the reality was that Obama is even more strongly on the side of the oil investors than the EU's Connie Hedegaard is. Obama is trying to get the EU to relax its existing regulations against climate change, so as to allow David and Charles Koch -- each of whom is tied with the other as being #6 on the Forbes list of the world's wealthiest people -- to sell in Europe the world's dirtiest oil, from the 2 million acres of it that the Koch brothers own in Alberta Canada's tar sands muck. That thrust is part of Obama's position in the negotiations for his proposed "Trans-Atlantic Partnership" trade pact with Europe. That's the far-out position of the pro-global-warming aristocracy: it's the "Democratic" position, not just the Republican "free market" position. Poor countries can only look on, aghast.


Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Ten Active Ring of Fire Volcanoes

Why Have 10 Major Volcanoes Along The Ring Of Fire Suddenly Roared To Life?


Ten major volcanoes have erupted along the Ring of Fire during the past few months, and the mainstream media in the United States has been strangely silent about this. But this is a very big deal. We are seeing eruptions at some volcanoes that have been dormant for decades.

Yes, it is certainly not unusual for two or three major volcanoes along the Ring of Fire to be active at the same time, but what we are witnessing right now is highly unusual. And if the U.S. media is not concerned about this yet, the truth is that they should be. Approximately 90 percent of all earthquakes and approximately 80 percent of all volcanic eruptions occur along the Ring of Fire, and it runs directly up the west coast of the United States.

Perhaps if Mt. Rainier in Washington state suddenly exploded or a massive earthquake flattened Los Angeles the mainstream media would wake up. Most Americans have grown very complacent about these things, but right now we are witnessing volcanic activity almost everywhere else along the Ring of Fire. It is only a matter of time before it happens here too.

Ring-Of-Fire-450x266 Sadly, most Americans cannot even tell you what the Ring of Fire is. The following is how Wikipedia defines the “Ring of Fire”…

The Ring of Fire is an area where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur in the basin of the Pacific Ocean. In a 40,000 km (25,000 mi) horseshoe shape, it is associated with a nearly continuous series of oceanic trenches, volcanic arcs, and volcanic belts and/or plate movements. It has 452 volcanoes and is home to over 75% of the world’s active and dormant volcanoes.
An easy way to think about the Ring of Fire is to imagine a giant red band stretching along the perimeter of the Pacific Ocean.

And yes, that includes the entire west coast of the United States and the entire southern coast of Alaska.

10 major volcanoes along the Ring of Fire have suddenly roared to life in recent months. The following are short excerpts from news reports about those eruptions…

Volcano creates new island off the coast of Japan: A dramatic volcanic eruption in the Pacific Ocean has created a tiny new islet in Japan’s territorial waters, officials said Thursday, the first time in decades the nation has seen the phenomenon.

The navy spotted smoke about 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) south of Tokyo on Wednesday and Japan’s coastguard later verified the birth of the islet around the Ogasawara island chain.

Video footage showed plumes of smoke and ash billowing from the 200-metre island, and Japan’s coastguard said it was warning vessels to use caution in the area until the eruption cools off.

Mount Sinabung in Indonesia: A volcano in western Indonesia has erupted eight times in just a few hours, “raining down rocks” over a large area and forcing thousands to flee their homes, officials said Sunday. forcing thousands to flee their homes, officials said Sunday.

Mount Sinabung has been erupting on and off since September, but went into overdrive late Saturday and early Sunday, repeatedly spewing out red-hot ash and rocks up to eight kilometres (five miles) into the air. Mount Sinabung in Indonesia: A volcano in western Indonesia has erupted eight times in just a few hours, “raining down rocks” over a large area and forcing thousands to flee their homes, officials said Sunday.


Colima in Mexico: On Monday night and Tuesday morning, the Colima volcano showed two strong exhalations; ejecting lava down its slopes and ash skyward, that has reached several villages. Since last Sunday, the Volcan de Fuego de Colima was reactivated after several weeks of apparent calm and until Tuesday registered between 30 and 35 puffs per day, spewing lava down its slopes and ash that reached the people of Cheese, municipality of Cuauhtémoc, Colima, and some towns in the state of Jalisco.

Sakurajima in Japan: After a short phase of weaker activity, the volcano began to erupt more violently yesterday with a series of powerful explosions that sent ash plumes up to 15,000 ft (4,5 km). Near-constant ash emissions have been taking place from the Showa crater.

Fuego in Guatemala: Two lava flows are active on the upper slopes of the volcano at the moment, to the Taniluya (south) and Ceniza canyon (SE). The effusive activity started on 11 Nov and increased on 18 November, reaching a length of 600 m. Constant avalanches detach from the flow fronts. At the same time, explosive activity at the summit crater remained at low to moderate levels, with strombolian explosions that produce ash plumes of up to 800 m height and incandescent jets visible from distance.

Santa María/Santiaguito in Guatemala: A phreatomagmatic (water-magma interaction driven) explosion yesterday morning produced a plume of fine ash rising to 3.2 km altitude (700 m above the lava dome) and drifted SE, causing ash fall in Finca La Florida.

Yaser in Vanuatu: Geohazards reports that the volcano continues to produce near-continuous ash emissions while explosions are relatively weak. This phase of ash emissions began on 3 November and are likely to continue into the coming days and weeks.

Popocatepetl in Mexico: The Popocatepetl volcano showcased with a layer of snow was observed throughout the morning and mid-day from the city of Puebla and columns generated by medium-intensity exhalations. According to the monitoring system of the National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred) in the last 24 hours, the colossus presented 57 exhalations of low intensity, probably accompanied by emissions of steam and gas.

Mount Marapi in Indonesia: Mount Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia, erupted earlier Monday, shooting a cloud of black ash about 2,000 meter high, officials said.

Kliuchevskoi on the Kamchatka Peninsula: Kliuchevskoi on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia had a busy weekend after its busy week — and a lot of the action was caught on the webcams pointed at the volcano or by satellite. For much of Friday and into Saturday (October 18-19), the volcano continued to produce some vigorous lava fountains and lava flows, mixed in with Strombolian explosions that sent bombs down the slopes of the volcano. This activity was significant enough to cause some aviation alerts even over the western Aleutian Islands.

So why is this happening?

Why is the Ring of Fire suddenly roaring to life?

And what could this mean for the United States?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

About the author: Michael T. Snyder is a former Washington D.C. attorney who now publishes The Truth. His new thriller entitled “The Beginning Of The End” is now available on Amazon.com.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Ten Most Radioactive Places on Earth

Ten Most Radioactive Places on Earth Mapped Out [GRAPHIC]

Do you know the dirty side of the nuclear industry?  After researching this article by brainz.org, we were shocked to find out how truly awful our radioactive waste problem is and how it is going to be hurting us all, for a long time to come.  Please take the time to read the links below, share this with your friends, and discuss solutions to these problems.  ~ ClimateViewer News
While the 2011 earthquake and worries surrounding Fukushima have brought the threat of radioactivity back into the public consciousness, many people still don’t realize that radioactive contamination is a worldwide danger. Radionuclides are in the top six toxic threats as listed in the 2010 report by The Blacksmith Institute, an NGO dedicated to tackling pollution. You might be surprised by the locations of some of the world’s most radioactive places — and thus the number of people living in fear of the effects radiation could have on them and their children.

10. Hanford, USA

A tank farm at Hanford, Washington, built in the 1940s, uses only single-wall tanks to store radioactive sludge from plutonium processing. Many of the tanks have leaked, tainting groundwater.
A tank farm at Hanford, Washington, built in the 1940s, uses only single-wall tanks to store radioactive sludge from plutonium processing. Many of the tanks have leaked, tainting groundwater.
The Hanford Site, in Washington, was an integral part of the US atomic bomb project, manufacturing plutonium for the first nuclear bomb and “Fat Man,” used at Nagasaki. As the Cold War waged on, it ramped up production, supplying plutonium for most of America’s 60,000 nuclear weapons. Although decommissioned, it still holds two thirds of the volume of the country’s high-level radioactive waste — about 53 million gallons of liquid waste, 25 million cubic feet of solid waste and 200 square miles of contaminated groundwater underneath the area, making it the most contaminated site in the US. The environmental devastation of this area makes it clear that the threat of radioactivity is not simply something that will arrive in a missile attack, but could be lurking in the heart of your own country. More information available at the Hanford Site, Department of Energy website.
Hanford Nuclear on ClimateViewer 3D
Hanford Nuclear on ClimateViewer 3D
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9. The Mediterranean

For years, there have been allegations that the Ndrangheta syndicate of the Italian mafia has been using the seas as a convenient location in which to dump hazardous waste — including radioactive waste — charging for the service and pocketing the profits. An Italian NGO, Legambiente, suspects that about 40 ships loaded with toxic and radioactive waste have disappeared in Mediterranean waters since 1994. If true, these allegations paint a worrying picture of an unknown amount of nuclear waste in the Mediterranean whose true danger will only become clear when the hundreds of barrels degrade or somehow otherwise break open. The beauty of the Mediterranean Sea may well be concealing an environmental catastrophe in the making.
sinkings and incidents in the Mediterranean Sea, involving ships which are suspected of having carried toxic and radioactive waste on ClimateViewer 3D
Sinkings and incidents in the Mediterranean Sea, involving ships which are suspected of having carried toxic and radioactive waste on ClimateViewer 3D

8. The Somalian Coast

The Italian mafia organization just mentioned has not just stayed in its own region when it comes to this sinister business. There are also allegations that Somalian waters and soil, unprotected by government, have been used for the sinking or burial of nuclear waste and toxic metals — including 600 barrels of toxic and nuclear waste, as well as radioactive hospital waste. Indeed, the United Nations’ Environment Program believes that the rusting barrels of waste washed up on the Somalian coastline during the 2004 Tsunami were dumped as far back as the 1990s. The country is already an anarchic wasteland, and the effects of this waste on the impoverished population could be as bad if not worse than what they have already experienced.
Somalian illegal nuclear and toxic waste dumping and piracy on ClimateViewer 3D
Somalian illegal nuclear and toxic waste dumping and piracy on ClimateViewer 3D

7. Mayak Chemical Combine, Russia

The industrial complex of Mayak, in Russia’s north-east, has had a nuclear plant for decades, and in 1957 was the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear accidents. Up to 100 tons of radioactive waste were released by an explosion, contaminating a massive area. The explosion was kept under wraps until the 1980s. Starting in the 1950s, waste from the plant was dumped in the surrounding area and into Lake Karachay. This has led to contamination of the water supply that thousands rely on daily. Experts believe that Karachay may be the most radioactive place in the world, and over 400,000 people have been exposed to radiation from the plant as a result of the various serious incidents that have occurred — including fires and deadly dust storms. The natural beauty of Lake Karachay belies its deadly pollutants, with the radiation levels where radioactive waste flows into its waters enough to give a man a fatal dose within an hour.
Mayak Chemical Combine Russia on ClimateViewer 3D
Mayak Chemical Combine Russia on ClimateViewer 3D

6. Sellafield, UK

Plutonium from Sellafield in all children's teeth
Located on the west coast of England, Sellafield was originally a plutonium production facility for nuclear bombs, but then moved into commercial territory. Since the start of its operation, hundreds of accidents have occurred at the plant, and around two thirds of the buildings themselves are now classified as nuclear waste. The plant releases some 8 million liters of contaminated waste into the sea on a daily basis, making the Irish Sea the most radioactive sea in the world. England is known for its green fields and rolling landscapes, but nestled in the heart of this industrialized nation is a toxic, accident-prone facility, spewing dangerous waste into the oceans of the world.
Sellafield, UK on ClimateViewer 3D
Sellafield, UK on ClimateViewer 3D

5. Siberian Chemical Combine

European Court of Human Rights finds in favour of villagers suing the Siberian Chemical Combine
A two headed calf suffering radiation poisoning that was born in the village of Naumkovo near the Siberian Chemical Combine in May 2006. – European Court of Human Rights finds in favour of villagers suing the Siberian Chemical Combine
Mayak is not the only contaminated site in Russia; Siberia is home to a chemical facility that contains over four decades’ worth of nuclear waste. Liquid waste is stored in uncovered pools and poorly maintained containers hold over 125,000 tons of solid waste, while underground storage has the potential to leak to groundwater. Wind and rain have spread the contamination to wildlife and the surrounding area. And various minor accidents have led to plutonium going missing and explosions spreading radiation. While the snowy landscape may look pristine and immaculate, the facts make clear the true level of pollution to be found here.
Siberian Chemical Combine on ClimateViewer 3D
Siberian Chemical Combine on ClimateViewer 3D

4. The Polygon, Kazakhstan

For Kazakhs, nuclear fallout a painful reality – Washington Post
Once the location for the Soviet Union’s nuclear weapons testing, this area is now part of modern-day Kazakhstan. The site was earmarked for the Soviet atomic bomb project due to its “uninhabited” status — despite the fact that 700,000 people lived in the area. The facility was where the USSR detonated its first nuclear bomb and is the record-holder for the place with the largest concentration of nuclear explosions in the world: 456 tests over 40 years from 1949 to 1989. While the testing carried out at the facility — and its impact in terms of radiation exposure — were kept under wraps by the Soviets until the facility closed in 1991, scientists estimate that 200,000 people have had their health directly affected by the radiation. The desire to destroy foreign nations has led to the specter of nuclear contamination hanging over the heads of those who were once citizens of the USSR.
Semipalatinsk Test Site on ClimateViewer 3D
Semipalatinsk Test Site on ClimateViewer 3D - Click Pollution > Nuclear Test Explosions

3. Mailuu-Suu, Kyrgyzstan

Considered one of the top ten most polluted sites on Earth by the 2006 Blacksmith Institute report, the radiation at Mailuu-Suu comes not from nuclear bombs or power plants, but from mining for the materials needed in the processes they entail. The area was home to a uranium mining and processing facility and is now left with 36 dumps of uranium waste — over 1.96 million cubic meters. The region is also prone to seismic activity, and any disruption of the containment could expose the material or cause some of the waste to fall into rivers, contaminating water used by hundreds of thousands of people. These people may not ever suffer the perils of nuclear attack, but nonetheless they have good reason to live in fear of radioactive fallout every time the earth shakes.
Maylisuu, Kyrgyzstan radioactive leeching on ClimateViewer 3D
Maylisuu, Kyrgyzstan radioactive leeching on ClimateViewer 3D

2. Chernobyl, Ukraine

source - Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and Fukushima
source – Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and Fukushima
Home to one of the world’s worst and most infamous nuclear accidents, Chernobyl is still heavily contaminated, despite the fact that a small number of people are now allowed into the area for a limited amount of time. The notorious accident caused over 6 million people to be exposed to radiation, and estimates as to the number of deaths that will eventually occur due to the Chernobyl accident range from 4,000 to as high as 93,000. The accident released 100 times more radiation than the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombs. Belarus absorbed 70 percent of the radiation, and its citizens have been dealing with increased cancer incidence ever since. Even today, the word Chernobyl conjures up horrifying images of human suffering.
The Exclusion Zone covers an area of approximately 2,600 km2 in Ukraine immediately surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear power plant where radioactive contamination from fallout is highest and public access and inhabitation are restricted.
Chernobyl radioactive fallout exclusion zone on ClimateViewer 3D
Chernobyl radioactive fallout exclusion zone on ClimateViewer 3D

1. Fukushima, Japan

The 2011 earthquake and tsunami was a tragedy that destroyed homes and lives, but the effects of the Fukushima nuclear power plant may be the most long-lasting danger. The worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, the incident caused meltdown of three of the six reactors, leaking radiation into the surrounding area and the sea, such that radiative material has been detected as far as 200 miles from the plant. As the incident and its ramifications are still unfolding, the true scale of the environmental impact is still unknown. The world may still be feeling the effects of this disaster for generations to come.
Cesium-137 ground deposition (fallout) on ClimateViewer 3D
Cesium-137 ground deposition (fallout) on ClimateViewer 3D
* Research based on this brainz.org article,
with images, links, and maps by Jim Lee of ClimateViewer News.

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

November 13 by Amy Morin in Communication, Motivation | 185K Shares

Mentally strong people have healthy habits. They manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that set them up for success in life. Check out these things that mentally strong people don’t do so that you too can become more mentally strong.


1. They Don’t Waste Time Feeling Sorry for Themselves

Mentally strong people don’t sit around feeling sorry about their circumstances or how others have treated them. Instead, they take responsibility for their role in life and understand that life isn’t always easy or fair.

2. They Don’t Give Away Their Power

They don’t allow others to control them, and they don’t give someone else power over them. They don’t say things like, “My boss makes me feel bad,” because they understand that they are in control over their own emotions and they have a choice in how they respond.


3. They Don’t Shy Away from Change

Mentally strong people don’t try to avoid change. Instead, they welcome positive change and are willing to be flexible. They understand that change is inevitable and believe in their abilities to adapt.

4. They Don’t Waste Energy on Things They Can’t Control

You won’t hear a mentally strong person complaining over lost luggage or traffic jams. Instead, they focus on what they can control in their lives. They recognize that sometimes, the only thing they can control is their attitude.

5. They Don’t Worry About Pleasing Everyone

Mentally strong people recognize that they don’t need to please everyone all the time. They’re not afraid to say no or speak up when necessary. They strive to be kind and fair, but can handle other people being upset if they didn’t make them happy.

6. They Don’t Fear Taking Calculated Risks

They don’t take reckless or foolish risks, but don’t mind taking calculated risks. Mentally strong people spend time weighing the risks and benefits before making a big decision, and they’re fully informed of the potential downsides before they take action.


7. They Don’t Dwell on the Past

Mentally strong people don’t waste time dwelling on the past and wishing things could be different. They acknowledge their past and can say what they’ve learned from it. However, they don’t constantly relive bad experiences or fantasize about the glory days. Instead, they live for the present and plan for the future.

8. They Don’t Make the Same Mistakes Over and Over

Mentally strong people accept responsibility for their behavior and learn from their past mistakes. As a result, they don’t keep repeating those mistakes over and over. Instead, they move on and make better decisions in the future.


9. They Don’t Resent Other People’s Success

Mentally strong people can appreciate and celebrate other people’s success in life. They don’t grow jealous or feel cheated when others surpass them. Instead, they recognize that success comes with hard work, and they are willing to work hard for their own chance at success.

10. They Don’t Give Up After the First Failure

Mentally strong people don’t view failure as a reason to give up. Instead, they use failure as an opportunity to grow and improve. They are willing to keep trying until they get it right.


11. They Don’t Fear Alone Time

Mentally strong people can tolerate being alone and they don’t fear silence. They aren’t afraid to be alone with their thoughts and they can use downtime to be productive. They enjoy their own company and aren’t dependent on others for companionship and entertainment all the time but instead can be happy alone.

12. They Don’t Feel the World Owes Them Anything

Mentally strong people don’t feel entitled to things in life. They weren’t born with a mentality that others would take care of them or that the world must give them something. Instead, they look for opportunities based on their own merits.


13. They Don’t Expect Immediate Results

Whether they are working on improving their health or getting a new business off the ground, mentally strong people don’t expect immediate results. Instead, they apply their skills and time to the best of their ability and understand that real change takes time.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Girls Who Rock Their World

Today I was honored & blessed to be able to attend the L.A. County Women's Leadership Conference.

There were many inspiring speakers & leaders.....

The one that touched & excited me the most was Martha from Girl Rising.  The Girl Rising Project is about girls world wide overcoming traditional roles (of slavery and lack of education forced upon them by their cultures)... It is about their fight for freedom. It is about their fight for education. It is about their fight for self-liberation & the liberation of other girls in their culture who suffer the same injustices & impoverishment.  

I urge you to take the time to watch the trailer to their film.....  It will rock your soul & your world!



I so wish to say more, but my words are not enough.....  The least I can do in order to support & further the goal of these young girls, and others like them is to share their stories.....

We talk about being "feminist"... Too many people, especially & inclusing women believe that to be a "bad" thing, when in Reality it is merely about equal rights to: life, education, employment, and humane treatment.

At the Vancouver Peace Summit of September 2009, the Dalai Lama proclaimed himself to be a "Feminist". 

Read more: http://dalailamacenter.org/blog-post/western-women-can-come-rescue-world

He also stated at the 2009 Vancouver Peace Summit: "The World Will Be Saved By the Western Woman".

This is where Western Women like: Martha Adams;
Hollye Dexter, Amy Ferris, Samantha Dunn of http://www.theshameprom.com/ ; and Barbara Bush of http://www.girleffect.org/about/  are making a difference world wide within the culture of the feminine.

Along w/ viewing the trailer of http://www.girlrising.com/girl-rising/, I urge each & every one of you to also   Read the Girl Declaration

Be a part of the change, be a part of the healing.....  The healing will be come you and your soul will sing as it soars!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

I (Obviously Do Not) Love My Self the Way I Am

You know I have been thinking about this for a long time now... I have a huge issue w/ this....

More and more often I am seeing people I have admired and whose teachings I have followed with face lifts.......

So I'm thinking in terms of their teachings: "I Love Myself the Way I Am", "I Am Beautiful Just the Way I Am, "I Love and Accept/Approve of Myself just the Way I Am"", blah, blah, blah, blah, blah......

I look out there at all the Natural Beauty & those who espouse & repeatedly assure us & bombard us with: "Beauty Comes from Within".... and what do I see? I see that many of those people have Face Lifts!

I'm Like.... WTF? Who are you kidding? It's okay for your audience to age, but not for you, who is preaching to us?

So are you, preaching person, unhappy with yourself, are you saying that aging makes you ugly, that beauty is really superficial? Are you showing us by your actions & proclivity towards "cosmetic surgery" that you believe yourself to not be good enough, to believe that you are not beautiful, that your inner beauty isn't enough?

If so, then I want to know...
* Why Have You Been Lying to Us?
* Why are you STILL Lying to us?
* When did you "sell out"?
* What makes it different for you?
* What is the difference that makes it appropriate for you to enhance your looks w/ superficial paid for surgical beauty?
* What are you afraid of in the aging process?
* Do you not trust Creator and the natural process of life/living/aging?

Either you believe and practice what you preach or you do not.....  

If you do not, then shut the hell up and retire, for your hypocrisy has outed you!