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For me it is All About Being of Service & Living the Life of the Give-Away....

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

It's about walking on the Canka Luta Waste Behind the Cannunpa and the ceremonies.

It's about Mindfulness and Respect. It's about Honesty and owning up to my foibles.

It's about: Mi Takuye Oyacin

Saturday, September 9, 2017

These 26 Images Prove that This is the End of the World as We Know It

These 26 Images Prove that This is the End of the World as We Know It

Sometimes every word is superfluous. These pictures say more than a thousand words.
1. The view over the overdeveloped metropole of Mexico City (with more than 20 million inhabitants).

Pablo Lopez Luz
2. An elephant killed by poachers left to rot.

Kristian Schmidt/Wild Aid
3. The rainforest in flames – goats used to graze here.

Daniel Beltra
4. Trails of excessive air traffic over London.

Ian Wylie
5. A massive truck delivers a load of oil sands for processing. Oil sand is considered the energy source of the future.

Garth Lentz
6. A simple herd farmer cannot withstand the stink of the Yellow River in Inner Mongolia.

Lu Guang
7. A waste incineration plant and its surroundings in Bangladesh

M.R. Hasasn
8. A fire storm plows through Colorado – increased incidences of wild fires is a result of climate change.

R.J. Sangosti/Denver Post
9. The scars left behind from the mining of oil sands in the Canadian province of Alberta.

Garth Lentz
10. A nighttime spectacle in downtown Los Angeles – the energy demand is incalculable.

Mike Hedge
11. In Oregon, this thousand year old forest fell victim to the chain saw for a new dam.

Daniel Dancer
12. The area around Almeria in Spain is littered with greenhouses as far as the eye can see – simply for a richly filled dinner table.

Yann Arthus Bertrand
13. Poachers pose proudly with the coat of a Siberian tiger.

Steve Morgan/Photofusion
14. The Mir Mine in Russia, the largest diamond mine in the world.

Google Earth/ 2014 Digital Globe
15. A dead albatross shows what happens when we litter. A living dumpster.

Chris Jordan
16. And yet another megatropolis – a bird’s eye view of New Delhi (over 22 million inhabitants).

Google Earth/2014 Digital Globe
17. Paradise almost lost: the Maldives, a popular vacation spot that is threatened by rising sea levels.

Peter Essick
18. The beginning of Black Friday at an electronics store in Boise, Idaho.

Darin Oswald/Idaho Statesman
19. Tons (literally) of broken electronics end up in developing countries and are stripped for precious metals by using deadly substances.

Peter Essick
20. The blunder of the Brazilian rain forest is being repeated here in Canada.

Garth Lentz
21. A landfill for worn-out tires in the desert of Nevada.

Daniel Dancer
22. While the entire world watched the events of Fukushima, a massive heat and power station was burning just a few miles away. All attempts to extinguish it where fruitless.

Mainichi Newspapers/AFLO
23. This polar bear starved to death in Svalvard, Norway. Disappearing ice caps are robbing polar bears of both their living space and food.

Ashley Cooper
24. To the last drop: an oilfield in California and the merciless overexploitation of humans.

Mark Gamba/Corbis
25. A massive waterfall from melting pack ice. These masses are the only meltwater and the undeniable proof how swiftly climate change is advancing.

Cotton Coulson/Keenpress
26. The Indonesian surfer Dede Surinaya rides a wave of filth and trash (Java, Indonesia).

Zak Noyle
“When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the Last Fish Eaten, and the Last Stream Poisoned, You Will Realize That You Cannot Eat Money.”
This prophecy is becoming a more and more brutal reality. But, even today, not every person is aware of the horrible effects our lifestyles have on nature. So share these evocative pictures with everyone. – 

Friday, September 8, 2017


For my friends in the path of Hurricane Irma (Jose, and any others)
If you are evacuating to a hotel/motel and they say they DON'T accept pets, don't get rude, but simply tell them that is against the law & FEMA established that after Hurricane Katrina.

The Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act (PETS) was a bi-partisan initiative in the United States House of Representatives to require states seeking Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assistance to accommodate pets and service animals in their plans for evacuating residents facing disasters. (There are only a handful of states where this provision is not in place. Please see map: https://www.animallaw.info/…/map-states-disaster-planning-l….)
PLEASE do not leave your animals when you evacuate. They depend on you for safety, shelter, food, and water. Without you, they can get irreversibly ill and possibly die.
Stay safe and be sure to share!
1. https://www.congress.gov/…/plaws/publ308/PLAW-109publ308.pdf
2. https://www.avma.org/…/Ref…/disaster/Pages/PETS-Act-FAQ.aspx
3. https://www.animallaw.info/…/state-and-federal-disaster-pla…