REBLOG: Scarecrow Popped Up in Los Angeles

Just totally loved this poem – it captures so much that is relevant in today’s world in beautiful words and prose… a pleasure to read over coffee this morning! 🙂

 

O at the Edges

I learned early this morning that my poem “Scarecrow Calls Out the Man” had been reprinted again, this time by CityWatch, a publication out of LA devoted to politics, perspectives and participation. I’m thrilled that Scarecrow’s voice is resonating…

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REBLOG: When actions speak louder than words…

When I first started working in Luxembourg, one of the top Managing Partners of a law firm gave me a piece of advice: “I operate with one rule, if you don’t want something to end up on the front page of a paper, then don’t do it”.

While it sounded alright, at the time it seemed a bit much – I was from London and I wasn’t used to the size of the market. He was a Partner at a tier one law firm and I thought it was probably more key for someone with that position; after all, in London…

The blog post continues here: http://fundspartnership.com/why-actions-speak-louder-than-words/

REBLOG: Inventors Who Invented Water-Powered Cars, but were Killed or Forced to End Their Work

I was recently having this discussion with a friend of mine… the powers that be just won’t let us take care of our Mother Earth – it’s horrendous!

Here are a few videos of interest:

Inventors Who Invented Water Cars

 

What are your thoughts on this? Is this a conspiracy theory or do you believe there is fire where there is smoke?

Jojo xx

REBLOG: BLOOD, FIRE AND SLAUGHTER, QANA 1996 — Cathy Sultan blog

Shimon Peres was in a tight election race against Benjamin Netanyahu in April 1996. He thought a little war in south Lebanon would improve his dovish image and so he launched “Operation Grapes of Wrath.” On April 19, 1996, Israel attacked the U.N. camp in Qana killing 106 civilians. “We did not know that […]

via BLOOD, FIRE AND SLAUGHTER, QANA 1996 — Cathy Sultan blog

 

My heart still aches for that once holy land… the streets awash with the blood of innocents…

 

Jojo xx

Where does it hurt?

Where does it hurt?

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Remember your parents asking you that question when you were young, when you had just fallen off your bike, or out of a tree?

My parents don’t really ask me that question anymore but when I saw an article in SoulPancake with that same title, I thought I’d have a look online to see where it hurts in the world today.

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