Architects of a New Dawn

We’d like to show the side of the world you don’t normally see on television.

It saddens me to be writing to tell you that Humanity Healing will be leaving this network. Although we honor and respect the community here, the simple truth is that we have too many commitments within Humanity Healing and we do not feel that it is fair to those who try to interact with us here.

Among our growing commitments are:

The Humanity Healing Foundation's expanding humanitarian initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa. You can read about the HHF President's recent trip to open our office there and kick off our new programs at: and at our Foundation website:

Our on-line magazine OM-Times,, and the Writer's Community at ; We feature well-known authors such as Judith Orloff (who is a regular columnist) as well as individuals from the Community just launching their writing careers.

Our video outreach on Youtube,, where we are currently the #15 Most Subscribed and #58 Most Viewed Non-Profit there.

Our Directory of Healers,, which although it has just launched, already has an Alexa Ranking (indicative of site traffic) much better than older, more established directories.

And, of course, the Humanity Healing Community,, which has experienced rapid growth this past year.

If you need to reach us, our email is If you wish to interact with us on a more regular basis, please consider joining us over at our Community Network, or Tweet with us at

We wish you every happiness and success on your journey.

Much Metta,
Christopher Buck & Liane Legey
Cofounders, Humanity Healing

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Comment by Arieljoy Fine on March 29, 2010 at 12:40am
So sorry to see you go, but I certainly understand and I wish you love and success in your Earth mission. I will see you at Om Times and I hope, eventually, you will sponsor a Starseed class through Om Times.

In Love, Light, Gratitude, and Joy,


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