Carry Water

Before enlightenment chop wood, carry water.
After enlightenment chop wood, carry water.

This is a page I’m honestly having difficulty identifying the purpose of, so in the meantime I’m going to make it my Power Page of videos et al that inspire, motivate, change, do good for the world of Earth, people, animals, flora & fauna – who have I left out?  You get to pick and choose from some immensely GOOD goodies – and I get to feel glad you did!

 

Speeches that TALK OUT LOUD!

First cab off the rank is this wonderful wonderful speech by MW on women and religion – and don’t be put off by the “R” word – or in fact the “W” word – it applies to EVERYONE on this beautiful planet – listen and see if you aren’t moved by it.

this speech about moving from head to heart and healing the planet

the amazing Alan Watts – in 1970 – why did I never hear about him til now???

Dr Holly Cheever on the sentience of animals – her stories are poignant and gut-wrenching. 

For a great perspective on international (and personal) debt slavery – this is a quick, eloquent message from one of the horses’ mouths

the massively wonderful anti-misogyny speech by Julia Gillard – it impressed women on an international scale.

wanting to stop shopping?  here’s why you should be –

the beautiful Morgan Freeman on Racism – so quick and clear!

Alan Watts, RIP, on getting with the flow of universal energy

we are all connected – the Earth is a sentient organism!  we are all organic.

sites that SEE! (apart from this one!)

https://www.heartmath.org/

movies that MOVE!

one woman’s journey from cold frozen grief to the warm arms of self-love again

I include this movie for the prophetic and powerful speech made by Danny Kaye about oil and war – it’s the standout monologue in the film for me – during the trial scene – I couldn’t find a trailer as such and this little clip hardly tells us anything by way of story but does introduce our ladies…….

songs that SING TO OUR SOULS

WORK IN PROGRESS – much to be added as gems are discovered …………

 

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