Climate Change & Ehoah

Before and after the Loess Plateau ecosystem restoration project (Click Image to watch a Documentary on Large Scale Ecosystem Rehabilitation all over the world, including this one)

How a Saegoah views and reacts to Climate Change isn’t any different than if there wasn’t any Climate Change. Here is why. [Read more...]

A Saegoah’s Kalendar

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A previous post I did on the Cultural Quandary of the Earth’s Civil Calendar had explained how we ended up with the calendar we have and what quandaries arose from it. In this post I’ll go into a calendar I’ve developed that addresses the dilemmas that arise with the Gregorian Calendar. As a result we have a calendar that encourages more awareness of our surrounding environment, its wildlife, seasons, solar events, and stars; Represent the experiences of both hemispheres fairly, is universal and perpetual. [Read more...]

Saegoah Celebrations: Lux (Summer Solstice)

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A Saegoah’s Way of Celebrating The Longest Day of The Year. Playing with light, movement, colour and celebrating the youth coming into their own. [Read more...]

Nature Is Enough – A Stream of Consciousness Essay

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When I’ve analyzed my own experiences, I’ve found that they are seen the way they are because I’ve framed them that way in my mind. When I remove my preconceptions of what I’d like Nature to be, what I find is that Nature is indifferent and impersonal, and I like that. [Read more...]

Cultural Quandaries: Water

Deluge in My Hometown. By Rua Lupa

Do you ever wonder why there are water bans even though there was a recent deluge and flooded basements? Why there are floods and droughts in the same place on the news? What if I told you it was because of us? – Here is how that is and some hands-on solutions for places that have flood, drought and fire problems. Lets get to work to heal the land! [Read more...]

Worldview Connections: A Meditation on Our Worldviews and their Impacts

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We live in a world full of connections–but how we view (or ignore) those connections could make or break us. [Read more...]


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