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Open Your Eyes November 24, 2010

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Open your eyes to the sky above,
Open your eyes to the Earth below,
Open your eyes to the beauty around,
Open your eyes and the world will flow.

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Friends in the Forest (continued) November 8, 2010

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(This Imagining is a continuation of the imagining started on April 16th, 2010, and can be found here: Friends in the Forest)

Freivo and the wolf continued to walk down this new path. Freivo looked down at the wolf walking beside him and the wolf looked back up at him. If wolves could smile, that is what Freivo would have seen because the wolf was exuding joy for his friend, Freivo. Even though Freivo couldn’t see a smile on the wolf’s face, he still knew that he was happy to be in his presence. Freivo knew this because as he looked at the wolf, he could see a pinkish hue around the outside of the wolf. It was almost as if this hue represented a love that the wolf was displaying… a love for Freivo.

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Eating with Appreciation for Life October 26, 2010

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She sat and listened as her grandmother explained just how they used to eat in the olden days. Oline (pronounced oh-leen) listened, while her grandmother went on about refrigerators, freezers, ovens, microwaves, food processors, blenders, crock-pots, and an assortment of other kitchen appliances that people used to use. Oline’s eyes were wide with amazement as her grandmother continued to talk about the different ways that people used to eat. The ways that people would, in essence, kill the food of any nutritional value before they even considered eating it. Oline remarked, “but why, grandmother, why would they pollute their food?”

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Appreciating the Beauty Abound September 20, 2010

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“Long ago,” her grandmother sighed, “people used to be confused by the weather.” Vinolia (pronounced vin-ole-ee-uh) looked puzzled. Her grandmother continued, “not completely confused, but almost distraught when the weather would behave in ways that they didn’t expect. Seasonally, of course, they were able to understand that there were different times of the year where different weather patterns were expected, but when there were times during the year that the weather didn’t obey the ‘laws’ that they thought the weather was supposed to act within, it was quite uneasy making.”

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Celebration of Life August 8, 2010

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Haleinda (pronounced ha-lee-un-day) was lying under shelter as she watched the rain pouring to the ground. It was as if the rain hadn’t seen the Earth in a really long time and it was trying to do all of its catching up at once. It was quite extraordinary, she thought, to see this wonderful display of awesome power, because the rain really was powerful. The rain could knock down trees. The rain could collect as water and then move extremely heavy objects like boulders from being in the way. Nothing was able to hold up against rain when it really had a purposive act.

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