Birdsong and a fine black cat Here I sit where I’m at The trees are lit with glowing gold Waiting stories that must be told Coffee and cream held in my hand Before me sunshine, mountains and land Let me consider over this day What tunes to hum~ What words to say? Let me gather the glow […]
Dear friends, Right now, the Avaaz website is under massive attack. An expert is telling us that an attack this large is likely coming from a government or large corporation, with massive, simultaneous and sophisticated assaults from across the world to take down our site. We were expecting this. Our people-powered campaigning has been fearless, […]
To read the whole article from IONS, <Click Here!> The Promise of Indigenous Wisdom Indigenous wisdom is not mere folk psychology, although intuition, self-reflection (especially in relation to experiences with both the visible and invisible worlds), metacognition, and observation of human nature have certainly contributed to it. Indigenous wisdom is the product of careful and […]
From natedrake on Experience Project: A man and a friend are playing golf one day at their local golf course. One of the guys is about to chip onto the green when he sees a long funeral procession on the road next to the course. He stops in mid-swing, takes off his golf cap, closes […]
I think I’ll pass, Ma’am! I have a pressing prior engagement… *runs like a bat outta hell*
…to the internet?
Mother Nature at her funniest!
Would you believe it, there I was, right in the middle of concocting another one of my brilliant Tittbits, when the archangel Gabriel had the audacity, the unmitigating nerve to disturb yours truly for some piddling notification! Now I know Gabby, whom I visit on occasion, when I’m in one of my loftier moods, but […]