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Tag Archives: africa
Give MOM Back Her Name #MyMothersNameIs
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Posted in Culture, Healing, motherhood Tagged #MyMothersNameIs, africa, egypt, human-rights, Middle East, mom, universal, women Leave a comment
The Greatest Advertising Trick Of All Time
Evian – Naive? The simplicity and ease of disposable bottled water has become the norm for most of us Americans. The increasing dependency on bottled water may not have happened had our governments not neglected to preserve watersheds, and monitor … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Education, Environment, Health and Fitness, Marketing, Politics Tagged africa, Americans, Blue Gold, bottled water, Bottlemania, Democracy, earth, tapped, United States, water, World Water Wars 3 Comments
I Am A Conservative, But I Am Not A Zombie.
Do you believe in zombies? The prestigious Archaeology Magazine has posted research detailing evidence of a zombie outbreak in ancient Egypt near Hierakonpolis approximately 5000 years ago. Yes, Archaeology Magazine! The intrepid archaeologists posited that these zombie attacks were caused … Continue reading
Posted in Religion, Spirituality, wellness, Zombie Tagged africa, apocalypse, Caribbean, CDC, Culture, google, Haiti, Halloween, hollywood, Joss Whedon, Samuel Parris, Stargate Universe, Television, Walking Dead, Zombie 1 Comment
When The Music Changes, So Does The Dance
As we all know, Miley Cyrus was the conduit that brought twerking to the mainstream consciousness. This is unsurprising. A few months ago, Cyrus uploaded a YouTube video wearing a onesie and twerking to a song called “The Wop.” Frankly, … Continue reading
Posted in Dance, Health and Fitness, Spirituality Tagged africa, ancient egypt, Anhai, Brooklyn Museum, Dance, education, Keaira LasShae, Miley, Miley Cyrus, MTV, MTV Video Music Award, Ramesses VI, Ryan Seacrest, Ted Talks, Twerk, United States, youtube Leave a comment
A Banana Is Not Just A Banana.
It is humanity’s oldest story. There’s probably not a single person you know who isn’t familiar with it. The odds, however, are also good that nobody-not you, me, or perhaps even the local pastor has gotten it right. The apple … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged africa, Banana, Banana Wars, Berlin Wall, Boston Fruit Company, Cape Cod, Carribean, Cavendish, Earth University Foundation, education, enlightenment, environment, food, Garden of Eden, Global, healing, health, human, humanity, india, International Law, life, love, medicine, nature, Plantain, Science, South Asia, The Guardian, United States, Western world, women 1 Comment
“All The World Is Green”
Each of us has one color that resonates strongly for us, just as we have deep preferences for certain tastes or activities. But colors have a primal life of their own which can affect your senses, alter your mood, and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged africa, ancient egypt, children, Comedy, consciousness, Dilbert, Easter Island, education, enlightenment, environment, Environmentalism, Environmentally friendly, Going Green, Green marketing, Green Philosophy, healing, health, humanity, Lehman Brothers, love, Merrill Lynch, nature, philosophy, Roger Scruton, Sustainability, Sustainable living, Think Green, United States 3 Comments
I May Be Crazy, But It Keeps Me From Going Insane…..
(modified from Boko Harem first written in Adbusters Magazine.) So you’re sitting in the coffee shop sipping your latte and staring at your iPad and you think you know what’s going on? You flip through some images and read the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Adbusters, africa, Aramco Brats, BokoHaram, Burkina Faso, children, CNN, consciousness, egypt, enlightenment, environment, Lady Gaga, life, Nigeria, Northern Nigeria, West, World Bank, WWF 2 Comments
Half the Sky
I can’t tell you how thankful I am for the opportunity I had as a young girl growing up to have been able to participate in sports. I often find myself wondering what it must have been like for my … Continue reading
Just Do It!
I am so sick of reading about the ridiculousness that is in the world these days and find myself wondering why people don’t just DO THE RIGHT THING. I think about this a lot differently after becoming a parent. I find … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged africa, becoming a parent, children, consciousness, current-events, dark spiral, Do the Right Thing, happiness, healing, human, humanity, invisible children, just do it, KONY2012, learn, life, live, love, mom, motherhood, nike, No Child Left Behind, odd position, one love, oprah, Oprah.com, OWN.tv, Politics, society, Sports, universal, world, www youtube, youtube.com 1 Comment
From The Outside Looking In You Can Never Understand It…..
I love to travel. Part of my dream is to one day travel the world with my children. I think it will help open their hearts and their minds. I hope they learn what it means to be free. And, … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged africa, bromentous.com, climate, consciousness, creation, freedom, health, Henry Rollins, life, live, love, mental-health, mind, One, oprah, philosophy, Politics, reality, Science, three principles, Travel, understanding, universal, USA, vacation, youtube.com 2 Comments