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The Earth is Healing Itself; It is Up to Us to Heal Humanity

Earth Healing
Earth Healing

 

We are building a whole new world. Every one of us has an important part in this rebuilding. We see clearly now what hasn’t been working. We are now able to start over with what works, what helps us all, what leads toward equity and equality of everyone. It is time to take action! We are all equal and we are each unique. We have unique skills, interests, and abilities. All of us are needed to work together to build our new future. What action will you take for the future of humanity? Pick a love-based action verb from the list below, or a love-based action verb of your own choosing. We are not repeating nor perpetuating past fear-based mistakes, biases, prejudices, and hatreds, so take a love-based approach. What acts of love are you willing, able, and dedicated to perform for the benefit of all? Pick a verb, take an action, make a difference!

Verb Action Toward the New Love-Based World
Build confidence, self-esteem, buildings, structures, foundations, a new paradigm of a love-based world, an inclusive culture, bridges not forts
Change laws, legislation, habits, beliefs, the “status quo,” from judgments and biases to preferences, from exclusion to inclusion, cultural stigmas
Comfort the abused, the children, the Child Within, the fearful, the hopeless, the disenfranchised
Contribute money, time, resources, talents, skills
Create safe havens, new methods, new ideas, new beliefs, a new movement
Donate money, time, resources, energy
Draw images of the new world, hopeful, loving, sharing, caring images
Educate children, parents, government agencies, individuals, groups, students, adults, the entire world to the new love-based paradigm
Engage others in the emerging new world, in nonprofits, in causes, in humanity
Inspire others to take action, to have hope, to sing, people that they can make a difference
Join a love-based group, nonprofit, cause, a peaceful demonstration, together with others for a love-based world
Lead a small group, support group, peaceful demonstration, by example, by faith in something greater than ourselves that unites us
Paint a building, wall, picture, your view of the new world, to inspire,share
Release judgment, past hurts, beliefs that cause pain, anger, bigotry, other people’s influences, misogyny
Remove fear-based and anger-based beliefs, anger, hatred, isolation, fear, gender biases, special privileges, laws that harm others, laws that perpetuate “status quo”
Rescue a child, the abused, the lost, the suicidal
Shift your focus, your worldview, your beliefs, from prejudice to preference
Sing your joy of the new world, joy of life, happiness that we are all ONE
Speak to others, individuals, groups, on blogs/vlogs, podcasts, radio, TV, to the world, and let your voice for love be heard throughout the world
Support children, families, nonprofits, causes, movements, others
Unite neighborhoods, cities, counties, states, nations, the world
Volunteer locally, statewide, regionally, nationally, globally
Write congresspeople, articles, blogs, business plans, action plans, journals

What love-based action verb(s) did you choose?

How do you choose to contribute to the new love-based world?

 

Pick a Verb – Take an Action – Make a Difference!

 

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Mourning

I am in mourning for the loss of my best friend, Donna. A friend I have known for over 30 years. A friend who saved my life at least three times. A friend who was my sister-by-choice. I receive condolences from others, most saying, “I’m sorry for your loss,” which respects my mourning, my sorrow, and shares compassion, caring, and love for both my friend and me. If someone told me, “Yeah, it hurts when anyone dies,” I wouldn’t feel any compassion from them or any understanding of the depth of my pain – in fact, it trivializes her death as just something that happens all the time. Right now, People of Color are mourning a death – actually, a brutal murder. Their pain is deep, endless. This death is added to countless other deaths of People of Color. The compassionate response to their mourning is “I’m sorry for your loss, Black Lives Matter.” Responding to their pain, their mourning, with “All Lives Matter” is like someone telling me “Yeah, it hurts when anyone dies.” Please have compassion for others suffering a loss, others mourning a death. Yes, I am Caucasian, White, and I have not experienced the racism People of Color have. I share my compassion and support of people grieving a death, just as others who don’t understand the depth of my loss, my pain, my mourning, compassionately tell me “I am sorry for your loss.”

Blessings,

Jo

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Miracles

Miracles
Miracles

 

“Notice what it is to feel that the only life paths worth following are those where you awaken to love dormant within you. Notice what gives you goosebumps. May you be open to miracles every day, every moment of this existence.”

– Liara Covert

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We Have Come

We Have Come
We Have Come

 

“We haven’t come to change the world, nor to repair people whom this society has decided are defective. We have come to offer and receive love, to share joy and appreciation, we have come to think freely, to be free!!!”

– Abraham-Hicks