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Reversing Greenhouse with Sustainble Cities & Farms

For people wanting to develope physical infastructure for Reversing Greenhouse, using Pyrolysis & Biogas systems for new Green Global enterprises.

Website: http://reversinggreenhouse.com
Location: The World
Members: 10
Latest Activity: Jul 22, 2010

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How do we build sustainble cities & farms

How do we build sustainble cities & Farms and turn off theoil & Coal

Started by Wadzy Wadsworth Oct 29, 2009.

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Comment by Ron Tocknell on July 20, 2010 at 5:24am
There are a number of groups on AOAND that either promote taking a non violent stand against those who allude to power to the detriment of us all or offer sustainable alternatives to the current unacceptable status quo.

The way I see it, if we're all going in the same direction, it would help if we could all join hands. We need unity on this. I would urge all who feel strongly to join and lend support to any of the groups below of which you are not already a member. This will give us all equal access to shared information and ideas. Let's please unite and share.

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/doit

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/theworldfreedomproject

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/ReversingGreenHouse

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/worldmarchforpeaceandnon...

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/ChangingNormal

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/foodfreedom

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/newagesolutions

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/newhumanexperience

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/peacedaybroadcast

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/takecareofyourshare

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/peaceportal

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/humanrights

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/art

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/legalizefreedom

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/heartsoffireproject

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/positiveaction

http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/group/timetosayenough
Comment by Brotherhood Of Eternal Love on February 27, 2010 at 6:16am
Music is looked upon as something serious and holy, designed to purify the feelings of the people. The enthusiasm of the heart expresses itself involuntarily in a burst of song or the rhythmic movement of the body. From immemorial times the inspiring affects that moves all hearts, and draws them together, has mystified mankind.
The ancient kings made music in order to honor merit, and offered it with splendor to the Supreme Deity inviting their ancestors to be present. In the Temple folks drew near to God with music and pantomimes. The Ancestors were invited to these divine rituals as guests of the ruler of heaven and as representatives of humanity in the higher regions. This uniting of the human past with the Divinity in revering his ancestors with solemn moments of spiritual inspiration established the bond between God and man. Our first Earthdance and Theater.
Comment by The Ancient One on November 12, 2009 at 6:16am
Good Night and Good Morning


~Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

A fair little girl sat under a tree,
Sewing as long as her eyes could see;
Then smoothed her work, and folded it right,
And said, "Dear work, good night! good night!"

Such a number of rooks came over her head,
Crying, "Caw! Caw!" on their way to bed;
She said, as she watched their curious flight,
"Little black things, good night! good night!"

The horses neighed, and the oxen lowed,
The sheep's "Bleat! bleat!" came over the road;
All seeming to say, with a quiet delight,
"Good little girl, good night! good night!"

She did not say to the sun, "Good night!"
Though she saw him there like a ball of light,
For she knew he had God's time to keep
All over the world, and never could sleep.

The tall pink foxglove bowed his head,
The violets curtsied and went to bed;
And good little Lucy tied up her hair,
And said on her knees her favourite prayer.

And while on her pillow she softly lay,
She knew nothing more till again it was day;
And all things said to the beautiful sun,
"Good morning! good morning! our work is begun!
 

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