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Dolphin strandings and rescue caught on viral video

First, it was the report of mass strandings and deaths of short-beaked common dolphins on the beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts (HW 2/17/12). Then news came of more than 250 dead bottlenosed dolphins washing up on the sandy shores of … Continue reading

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Henri Matisse in Tahiti

In 1930, at the ripe age of 60 and inspired by his love for the work of his compatriot Paul Gauguin, the French painter Henri Matisse boarded a steamer in San Francisco. He was bound for Tahiti because of the light. … Continue reading

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More than 200 unexplained dolphin deaths off coast of Peru

On the heels of massive dolphin strandings on the beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts (HW 2/17/12), comes news that at least 264 dead bottlenosed dolphins have washed ashore over a 66-mile stretch of sandy beach in Chiclayo, Peru. “We have … Continue reading

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One of the largest common dolphin strandings on records continues to mystify marine experts

Marine experts continue to be baffled by a rash of dolphin strandings on the beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where 179 short-beaked common dolphins have been beached since January 12—almost five times the average number of dolphins that have been … Continue reading

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Waging peace

  For the past 24 hours, I have been making a fierce prayer. This is what I’ve been saying over and over again in my heart: May the nonviolent, peaceful components of the worldwide social-change movements continue to strengthen and grow. … Continue reading

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Your most holy tears

It seems like media has been making me cry a lot lately. And this, my friends, is good news. This morning I posted on Facebook several news stories about the middle-of-the-night, media-blacked-out bulldozer-and-police raid on the Occupy Wall Street protest “city” at Zuccotti Park. … Continue reading

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Guest artist: Lyla Johnston

The Endangered Sites of the Winnemem Wintu For more than 8,000 years, the Winnemem Wintu tribe has inhabited the central waterway that feeds into the Sacramento River in northern California. Their name is translated as “Middle River People,” so critical … Continue reading

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Video of Dr. Masaru Emoto’s July 25 ceremony posted

On July 25, Dr. Masaru Emoto, the “Messenger of Water,” conducted a ceremony at Fukushima, Japan, to send thanks to the waters and to pray for world peace. Previously he had sent out a global call for people to join … Continue reading

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A call for worldwide water ceremony July 25 from Dr. Masaru Emoto

Dr. Masaru Emoto, the Japanese “Messenger of Water,” is inviting worldwide participation in a water ceremony planned for July 25, the Day Out of Time in the Mayan calendar. Here is his call. The Ceremony of Sending Love and Gratitude … Continue reading

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Calling all devas!

Last week, in response to the ongoing, uncontained Wallow fire in Arizona, a call went out for humans to collaborate with the devas of the earth, fire, air and water to help contain the blazes. The word devas comes from the … Continue reading

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