Hart Traveller

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Hart Traveller

“When I was little, I was really having a hard time in school, because I was bullied a lot.  So I really like nature, because when you go out into nature, it doesn’t yell things at you. It doesn’t tell you what to do.  It just makes you feel peaceful.. It really helps you out. Because everybody’s trying to control things, and in nature, nature doesn’t want to...

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Elisabet Sahtouris

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Elisabet Sahtouris

“A pioneer ecosystem is made of species that are feisty and competitive and bumping each other off, and a climax ecosystem is made up of species that are tightly interwoven and all feeding each other, like mature rain forests and coral reefs and prairies, with many, many species interdependent in a dance of love and interchange of all kinds.”   Elisabet Sahtouris M.S., Ph.D, is a...

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Drew Dellinger

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Drew Dellinger

“The ecological crisis is deepening our love. It’s deepening our love for the planet. We are called to love more fully, and to express our love in more powerful, visionary and effective ways. Lightning is continuously striking in 100 places every moment. The universe spills through our dreams. The future belongs to the most compelling story.”   Drew Dellinger, Ph.D., is a...

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Kimia Ghomeshi

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Kimia Ghomeshi

Kimia Ghomeshi’s passion and commitment to environmental and social justice was sparked in high school and inspired her to volunteer in Costa Rica and Panama, where she discovered the devastating effects of large scale agricultural production on local communities. An Iranian-Canadian based in Toronto, Ghomeshi has spent the last years mobilizing youth and the general public around climate...

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Rebecca Solnit

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Rebecca Solnit

“There’s enough food in this world. There’s enough housing in this world. There’s enough shelter in this world. There’s enough clothing in this world. There’s enough teachers, there’s enough universities for everybody’s needs to be met, and the reasons they aren’t is not because of lack of resources. It’s because of distribution, and...

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James O’Dea

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

James O’Dea

“Love can be the liberating force for humanity, because it’s so primal and so simple, like light, that if it’s allowed to move through us, its movement is endless. Its creativity is endless. It wants to spread. It’s contagious.”     James O’Dea is an author, educator, speaker, activist, and global peace ambassador. Weaving science, activism, spirituality,...

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