We rise together for treaties. We rise together for climate. We rise together for our water. We rise together for one another. As Enbridge builds Line 3 through Anishinaabe treaty land and the Mississippi Headwaters, we continue to stand strong in our resistance. Learn about the Treaty People Gathering, and join this effort.
...Huge fruits fall, bounce, roll, break and squish flinging pungent seeds. Lured by the scent, desert beasts appear lumbering out of mirage in wary zig zags. They stare at the jungle beasts as they feed. Soon the mating begins... ~Leoma Scott
“Our leaders are not taking climate action seriously but we can’t give up. As I live in the Congo where we don’t have peace, sometimes activists are targeted and I must go slowly.” - Remy Zahiga
On May 4th & 5th, Novasutras will celebrate the Cross-Quarter - the midpoint between and the Equinox and the Solstice. We will reconnect with the beauty and wonder of Nature, with messages of global wellness, joy and loving-kindness for all beings, in this Octal Celebration of the Earth-Sun dance. Click below for links and more info.
Celebrate the midpoint between the solstice and the equinox February 2nd & 3rd. We will reconnect with the beauty and wonder of Nature, with messages of global wellness, joy and loving-kindness for all beings, in this Octal Celebration of the Earth-Sun dance. Click below for links and more info.
Our beloved Earth has three green hearts -- Amazonia, Congo and Sundaland -- the worlds three major equatorial rainforest systems. These are places of unfathomable complexity and diversity, places of beauty and wonder. They are the living embodiment of agaya and ubuntu -- joyous, raucous, mysterious, fierce and lovely. Join the event on Fri, Feb 12th, 9am PST.
We seek to manifest a community of practice; to cherish our diversity of experiences, age, wealth, culture, gifts, talents and focus. A community of practice is a way that people with shared concerns and passions learn from one another, support each other, and grow in skills and abilities.
Thanksgiving can become a celebration of agaya and ubuntu, through the Native American tradition of the "Thanksgiving Address." What are you grateful for? How do you celebrate ubuntu and agaya?