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Exploring the posibilities with Mandalas. Many have made cool programs to create and animate mandalas. I am coming up with something else. Stay in touch. Love, Good Karma. Greg Gordy (2001!) Cool Software to create your own Mandala Painter 3 Greg gordy The post Mandala appeared first on

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Ho’oponopono Purple Flower Image

Now you can see what you are getting. The text is small, so it wont be read until someone is very close to you. Otherwise, it just looks like a spiral. Click on it to open and even larger PDF file in a new window. You can see Ho’oponopono men’s Tshirt and Ho’oponopono women’s Tshirt with this art. The post Ho’oponopono Purple Flower Image appeared first on

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The 12 Best Fruits

Next time you’re at the supermarket debating whether to pay more for a pint of organic strawberries than you do for your lunch — or deciding if you should choose that wilted organic celery over the crisp green conventional stalks — you might want to refer to the Environmental Working Group’s new wallet-size Shoppers’ Guide. The not-for-profit group lists the “Dirty Dozen” (the 12 fruits and veggies that are the most contaminated with pesticides) and the “Cleanest 12? (those that generally have the lowest amounts of pesticides). There have been some ratings revisions since the last Guide came out in...

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Have an Eco-Friendly Christmas

“Holiday” List Here are some ways to benefit your health and the environment all through the holiday season. Christmas Trees Yes, there are organically-grown Christmas trees. It’s one of those things you can’t order on the Internet, but you can find locally in some areas. Plus, learn all about the history of holiday trees, how to choose a tree, and how to decorate it in a meaningful and eco-friendly manner. Find local organic Christmas Trees and Wreaths… Learn more about Christmas Trees… Our Visit to the Christmas Tree Farm… Holiday Lights Save energy and reduce your carbon footprint by decorating...

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A New Beginning

The actions of individuals and families are the real building blocks of culture and economy and, rather than expect leadership from our elected officials, we need to each take responsibility for building a future we can be proud of. Here are 6 ways we can start building a sustainable future for ourselves and the world. 1. Get growing Building a sustainable future begins with developing a healthy relationship with our environment. The natural cycles of life and the connections between healthy soil, water and air and our personal well-being become obvious to the gardener. If you have a yard, set...

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