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(As usual, full screen is highly recommended.)
Every Day is Sacred And on this day, I invite you to take an active stand, regarding global climate change. Check out this new music video. It will take a couple of clicks to get there, because it hasn’t been widely released yet, so it’s not yet available for embedded sharing. Love Song for the
Please do yourself a favor and go to full screen (the icon to do so will appear in the lower right, after you start the video). Thanks to National Geographic for this.
My beloved and talented friend, Willow (Kelly) DeFey composed this a few years ago, in honor of the Faery Queen as she is depicted in the Thomas the Rhymer story. As I begin a new chapter in my own ever-deepening work with the Shining Ones this week, it is especially inspiring, weaving a spell that
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Every week since before Samhain, I have been sharing a video from the Conservation International’s “Nature Is Speaking” series, and calling it Gaia Friday. Today, we conclude with Ian Somerhalder speaking on behalf of the imperiled coral reefs. It’s an especially gorgeous video, so I hope that you’ll go to full screen (click the arrows
Each week, I am sharing a video from the Conservation International’s “Nature Is Speaking” series, and calling it Gaia Friday. Today, as we near the end of the series, Edward Norton speaks on behalf of our planet’s soil. Please listen. We ignore this voice at our peril. …
Each Friday, I am sharing a video from the “Nature Is Speaking” series, celebrating Gaia Friday. Today, Lupita Nyong’o asks us to consider the lilies of the fields, the forests, the gardens, the farms. Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these, and without them, where would we be? To enjoy
Each Friday, I am sharing a video from the “Nature Is Speaking” series, and calling it Gaia Friday. Today, Penélope Cruz speaks on behalf of our planet’s sacred waters. To enjoy this gorgeous photography, I recommend clicking at the bottom right of the controls (once it’s playing), so you can see the video full screen.
As usual, I recommend going to full screen.
Today, I am resuming my Gaia Friday feature, showcasing the videos in the Nature Is Speaking series. Today, Julia Roberts speaks for Mother Earth, Herself. As usual, you might want to go to full screen for the stunning photography here. And if you are moved to do so, one small action you can take is
I think these beautiful (but necessarily disturbing) videos are so important that, except for next week (Samhain), I am going to be featuring one each week. So welcome to my second Gaia Friday. I hope you’ll stop by for a couple of minutes and tune in – Nature is Speaking and we need to listen. And
You may have already seen these beautiful videos, in which some famous people narrate on behalf of Mother Nature. I think they are so important that, except for Oct. 31, I am going to be featuring one each week. (Of course, you can skip ahead and see all of them at once, but what fun is
Hint: You really should go to full screen for this! © Tara Tanaka June, 2014
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