What’s Your Vision?
I see a world where we live in symbiosis with the world around us.
I see a world where we live in symbiosis with the world around us. We measure our needs with the current known availability of resources. We stop projecting so far in the future we risk running out of basic beauty.
I envision a world where we begin with peace before we entertain the idea of force. I dream of a world where finding our calling is emphasized and we live in a community that supports that dream. I believe in a world where various types of living are all embraced, no matter if we understand them. We listen before we react. We listen with our hearts first. Then, we ask questions.
I see a world where we take such good care of our earth that the question of organic or nonorganic is not even a question because everything is organic. We are reunited with our knowledge of how to take care of things naturally, and we are reuniting our ties to the earth, its seasons, and its connection to the wider universe.
I envision a kaleidoscope of people and ideas that come together for our common good – a planet for all generations ahead and now.
Dream with me. Connect with me. Build with me.
I am a lioness.
I hold a vision for a world where we have enough (food, shelter, clothing, clean air, clean soil, clean water, love). To get there, we need to embrace kindness and love, now, assuming good intent while protecting our necessary boundaries. And, we will laugh all the way there.
Heart-centered is leading with love. Heart-centered is assuming good intent. Heart-centered is a warm, loving embrace.
Better together is simply the idea we are better together. It assumes we all hold a piece of the truth, that all boats rise together. That decisions made together are stronger and longer lasting.
Grace is forgiving, assuming good intent, and lovingly moving into the future. grace can be guided by intuition, Spirit, and/or faith. Grace is love.
Preservation is compassionate nurturing. We kindly care for those in our lives, in or near our homes. We recognize our boundaries are sometimes entangled and we are better served compassionately nurturing each other, together.
Joy is play, love, life. Joy is playfully living a life full of laughter, leaving people and