Every year I celebrate Winter Solstice as a way to set intention for the coming year and get rid of the things that encumber my progress. I invite friends over for a nice bonfire, and we share food, stories and enjoy a ceremony designed to empower us in the coming years towards our goals.
One of my favorite parts of the ceremony is when I read my favorite poem of all time, My Dream 3000 which I change the date each year to the coming year in the hope that I can speed the process to achieving the goals set forth in the poem. I found it at a store in San Francisco about six years ago. On this day I wanted to share it with everyone. The words are by Robert Muller, Former United Nations Assistant Secretary General and Chancellor United Nations University of Peace, Costa Rica. I have the Prose Poster by Sami Sunchild. You can purchase one by clicking www.PeaceWorldbuilders.com
My Dream 2012
I dream that we and all beings will lift our sights, hopes and dreams to the year 2012. I dream that all governments will join together to manage this beautiful earth in peace, justice and happiness, that all religions will believe in a global spirituality, that all beings will become a caring family, that all scientists will unite in an ethical science, that all corporations will unite to preserve nature and all humanity. Continue reading
To create a sustainable, self-reliant yet mutual aid oriented world where everyone has their basic needs met so that we as a people can all focus beyond those basic needs to create a more secure and evolved world, collaboratively. Sustainability is positive and profitable for all. It is progress that we can achieve.
Ann believes in working with people worldwide to achieve attainable goals to better humanity.
Here are the projects I support:
Waste to Energy
Making Science and Engineering Education Interesting
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