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At 8:46pm on February 9, 2011, Dave Clarke said…
I like your'e music, very nice ;-)
At 2:40pm on July 10, 2010, Elisabetta Errani Emaldi said…
John DeSantis said…
For the sake of all the people in every nation please do your best to pass the word to help build a Movement that creates the most important worldwide discussion in all of humanity's history -- it's about "We The People" of the world coming together to create economic success for humanity. Read about it here:

I've posted the following aspect of the project here just in case it might interest you, or your organization, or your business: I speak about all of the different ways that money can be made by everyone who is capable in either one or more of the ways mentioned, while at the same time helping the project, in the last paragraph of the three paragraphs in this "About Me" section link:
At 8:18pm on March 26, 2010, Bruce H Lipton said…
Hi Wendy,

I so appreciate your being a "stem cell" in humanity's evolution! Keep your seat belt on ... the ride is going to be bumpy, but EXCITING!
At 7:08pm on March 15, 2010, The Dreaming People said…

joni..flight.mp3 ...:-))) dp
At 12:32pm on March 14, 2010, Mindy Fradkin-Mousaa said…
Thanks! If you want to read a great article about me, go to and go to search bar on top right and type in Princess Wow and it will take you to my article. I am a performer of my own one woman show, I entertain and enlighten kids and adults.
MY website is Enjoy/In Joy!
At 10:26am on March 2, 2010, Mindy Fradkin-Mousaa said…
Thanks a lot for that article. I am the founder of The Smile Revolution, which is to raise awareness to the healing power of a smile.
Blessings, a smile, a hug and a wink!
At 11:07pm on February 19, 2010, David Harpe said…
About "Hey!"I really liked this. It just feels good. When I was in the bay area, I used to drive on the coast a lot. I miss that, and I miss those beautiful, out of the way beaches. Thank you for posting this, Wendy!
At 7:03pm on January 17, 2010, The Dreaming People said…
Dear Wendy,
here are the dreaming people - and jil writing.We love your music.You and your musicians give...we feel it and we thank you for that.If you allow we would like to give an advice that people can go to your page.
The best for you...

At 1:53pm on October 4, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
just post the video to your page... I don't have a special place yet.... but I will be starting more groups and trying to bring more features to the site soon..

At 12:25pm on October 4, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Wendy... thanks for joining the music group... I posted your library of songs on the Members Music page just now... hope all is well...

At 10:22pm on July 23, 2009, Karma Moffett said…
Wendy I'm glad that you had the Experience. Turns out that one of the speakers wasn't turned on. When you come again expect twice the harmonics.
Love and blessing
At 2:35pm on July 21, 2009, Babs Henn said…
May I introduce SIMBA to you, Wendy? That's MY shaggy buddy ;-) Greeetings from Germany, Babs

At 9:48am on July 21, 2009, Rene Wadlow said…
Twilight and Dawn
Rene Wadlow*

The alternation of night and day is a cosmic process of which humans have been long aware and which has led to dualistic thinking: day and night, light and dark, right and wrong, pure and impure. However, during this alternation of night and day, there are two periods of transition — twilight as the day fades and night comes on, and dawn as night is replaced by the rays of the coming sun. During these periods of transition, shapes are less clear. Twilight may also resemble dawn, and it is not clear from the color of the sky if the day is fading or growing.

So too, in the study of international society and world politics, it is not always clear if we are moving toward greater night or clearer day. For our efforts to be most effective, we need to have some understanding of where we are in the cosmic process, if it is time to get more fuel for our lamps because night is coming on or if we can start putting away our lamps because day will soon be here. In this period with strong shadows and unclear shapes, we must be particularly careful in our evaluations of events and currents.

Around the world today, numerous communities face an immediate future of intense violence and social upheaval. The Congo, East Timor, Israel-Palestine, Kashmir, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Tibet are examples amongst many others. In zones of chronic tensions, politics characteristically lurch back and forth from hope to despair to hope to despair. Peace talks, road maps and new elections descend into the daily hell of missiles, armoured vehicles and suicide-martyrs — and the new maps are drawn again.

We see among the shadows a world of base calculations, of power plays, of special interests working for national advantage and overlooking global responsibilities. In the confusion of today’s economic situation when only short-term profit and consumption mattered, we see jobs lost, homes lost, medical and educational facilities cut back or closed. Through financial misdoings, avarice and corruption, we are compromising our future and that of our children. We see a world where we have reached critical limits on pollution, on fossil-fuel extraction, on endangered species, on climate change.

To meet these challenges, often the result of limited visions and short-term political calculations, we need a strong, values-based United Nations, and we need ethical and future-oriented Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).

The United Nations has taken unprecedented steps to focus the world’s urgent attention on the need to protect nature and to encourage ecologically-sound development. The UN has held major environmental conferences such as those of Stockholm (1972), Rio (1992), Johannesburg (2002) and the climate conference planned for Copenhagen in December 2009.

NGOs have responded to these challenges. They work year round to reverse the deterioration of nature’s plant life, water quality, forest cover, mountain ecosystems and marine resources. They combat atmospheric pollution, desertification and chemical hazards.

NGOs are active in defending and promoting human rights, in assisting refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants, in running medical, educational and vocational-training institutions, in overcoming patriarchal obstacles to women’s empowerment, in healing children, and in giving youth a voice in determining the future. NGOs are helping people redefine themselves from victims into partners for a new world society.

Where social welfare is lacking, where social justice is lacking, there you will find NGOs ready to take a lead, to take responsibility, to take action.

There is a need for NGO leadership and cooperation, for adequate funding and the sharing of information as to new needs and new opportunities. With such leadership and cooperation, we will not mistake the dawn for the twilight.

*Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
At 6:39am on June 21, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…

At 4:48pm on May 24, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hey thanks for the comment on the solutions page... I've been working on it for a while and we got it up and running just the other day... it needs work, but is a starting point...

At 12:24pm on May 3, 2009, Stephen Ross said…
Oh, you're here, you can be my Architect Tudor ;)
At 12:13pm on April 2, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations.
I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty,
believe in them, and try to follow where they lead."

—Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) American Novelist
At 6:10pm on March 17, 2009, Cee said…
Wendy, how CUTE is your pouch?!
Thank you for sharing.
At 11:02am on March 15, 2009, Steven Cox said…
I've done the guru thing in the past. I can't say I think it is very healthy for a person. It's good to learn where you can, but I don't think my friends who stayed with the guru for a long time were helped by doing so.

ACIM has been big for me. And, I have visited Sai Baba, which was quite an experience. But, for me, like you, I look to some inner guidance, more than outer. Have you done A Course in Miracles? I am really undisciplined, but I actually went through the course one lesson at a time for a year. It is my one big act of discipline. It was good. Very life changing for me.

But, what is real is still up in the air for me. I'm slowly coming to grips that it might never be completely clear.

At 10:22am on March 9, 2009, Steven Cox said…
I listened to your music. Very nice. Very spiritual. "I know a day is gonna come" could be sung in church. But, you don't meditate, and have no guru. So, I'm now intrigued. Where's your spirituality focussed? If you're okay talking about that sort of stuff, that is.

It's a big part of my life. Always has been. I doubt it will ever not be.



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