Archive | February 18, 2014

We Are All InterConnected

How Wolves Change Rivers

As humans we know that Apex predators, such as ourselves, can adversely affect the world in which we live in. Over hunting, over fishing and destruction of our natural resources have put humankind on a stopwatch that counts down to our own extinction. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Have a look at this amazing video on The National Geographic website, showing how one species can have a massive cascading effect on the entire ecosystem in which it lives… and even alter the geography of the area. All for the betterment of the area and those in it.

How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers @ National Geographic

Human/wildlife conflict is a reality of growing populations around the world, and the fact is that we need to learn to live beside wildlife if we are to maintain our wonderful thriving ecosystems in the future. ~ National Geographic

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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Two of Cups

Two of Cups

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Gifts can come in many forms. An exchange of ideas, feelings or actions can some of the greatest gifts of all. Don’t turn your back on those who try to give something back. No matter how small the gesture seems to be, it maybe all they have to offer. Accept it with grace and gratitude.

Additional Insight:

You may not be expecting anything in return, but don’t get upset when someone tries to give something back and it’s not what you think it should be. Or not what you wanted. It maybe it’s everything to them and all they have to give.

Homemade bread, pies, or an exchange of services maybe the most important thing to some people. Holding more value to them than anything that could be bought.

Give others a sense of self pride and allow them to return you kindness. Even if you don’t think it’s necessary. Don’t take their moment away from and make it seem like what they have to give has value. Allow them to stand up straight and feel they have paid the debt even if you don’t think it needed to be repaid. Continue reading