Sure enjoyed Laura’s post. Sharing the fun , info and synchronicites oxox
Archive for October, 2016
Vicki Batts, Natural News 10-27-16… “Nestle to launch new non-GMO products … How shocked will Monsanto be?”
This is a sign that we are making a difference, in how we eat and what we choose to eat. This is not an endorsement of corporation Nestle, which is taking California water for profit. But it does show that the movement is strong enough for clean, organic (and non-GMO) foods to convince a company to change its ways. We’ll see where this goes.
“One of the food industry’s most prominent players recently announced that they will be expanding their line of non-GMO products, due to the ever-increasing customer demand for clean food. Nestle may have wowed consumers with their choice, but it may make some waves with their good friend, Monsanto.
““Nestle USA understands that consumers are seeking choice and many prefer to select products with no GMO ingredients,” they declared.
“Of course, this is not Nestle’s first move towards GMO-free products. In April, Nestle announced that they would…
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Sharing the inviting coziness the Collette has created.
Twenty one photographs and some interesting reflections over at
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Happy birthday Collette This is such a lovely and meaningful share. The ring is immensely powerful. The blessing felt so right as you described it.
Yesterday was a special day for me!
The beautiful, ethereal mountain that is Ben Bulben will give you a clue…
I travelled to Sligo, passing along the shores of Lough Gill, to collect a very special ring, that was made for me by gifted Silversmith, Mirjam Schiller at
My daughter, Cara, was driving, so we stopped by the shores of the Lough, made famous by W.B.Yeats in his poetry.
Birthdays come and go and I have enjoyed sixty of them, all in the month of October, near Samhain…so this, along with a second ring as yet unfinished, marked my sixty Summers on this precious, beautiful Earth.
I had deliberated for some time over what I should spend my birthday money on…have always loved silver and, very importantly, dearly wanted to place a much maligned symbol of the Goddess where I would always see it!
The story of the snakes…
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Sharing. Chaos amidst change as our friend and catalyst. Love this perspective and the power and creative juices it can embody and empower
Pandora’s Box, 1871, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. PD image courtesy of Wikimedia.
“If everything is uncertain, then the future is open to human creativity, to possibility and therefore to a better world.” ~ Immanuel Wallerstein
We don’t normally see chaos as an ally,because it seems so, well, chaotic. Uncertain. It feels uncomfortable and thus unfriendly.
It freaks us outwhen ‘real life’ starts going all Salvador Dali on us and melting and shapeshifting whether we want it to or not (and often, we don’t, even if we sort of do).
Part of the problem is that we’ve been taught that change is bad — that we’re supposed to create things that have ‘staying power’ and just keep on growing and expanding endlessly in the form that we envision.
The 1897 painting of fighting “Laelaps” (now Dryptosaurus) by Charles R. Knight. PD-US, Wikimedia.
When things start changing, the dear, sweet
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I would not believe anything CDC says or does
Not a fan of Trump nor Clinton. Definitely not a fan of globalism as it is defined now in the form of TPT or similar types of stuff