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Allysyn Kiplinger, Oakland, California September 30, 2008 Thomas Berry touches my life in three ways – in what he says with his clear mind, how he says it with his warm heart, and how he has inspired and activated me … Continue reading
Oh my! Web Wizard of the Most High Dennis Rivers just installed a button that will translate our site into 34 languages. There are between 3,000 and 10,000 human languages in the world today. The number is often estimated at … Continue reading
Way Seer Manifest.com – Music Video (9:50) – Celebrating the Creativtity of the Universe through the Human!
Watch this music video NOW on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch This intelligent, spiritual, philosophical, upbeat, VERY INSPIRATIONAL music video and MANIFESTO came to me yesterday via Paul Hoffman. My body chemistry changed – in a good WAY – when I saw it. … Continue reading
"The Animal Kingdom" from the All My Relations triptych The title, All My Relations is a Native American prayer expressing the interconnection of all life. The art work is in the shape of a medicine wheel or mandala, … Continue reading
by Allysyn Kiplinger Earth created the human creature and endowed it with certain capacities, like language acquisition and creation, problem-solving for survival, bonding with friends and family, as well as its physiology. For the last 12,000 to 50,000 years, maybe … Continue reading