This is the province where I come from, your northern or eastern neighbour, depending of where you are. This is a bit of what we are, Québécois, and especially what we have to share because we are different. Project: The Secret was started from here but it will go everywhere…Continue Reading
This little girl, Severn Suzuki, made this speech there are already 20 years ago. Today she continues to fight for the preservation of the planet. It is appalling that 20 years later, nothing has changed and that his speech unfortunately is still relevant. Everyone involved in the Project The Secret’s Fellowship, must hear those words tinged with the sad reality and make a promise to the next generation, for your children and all our children actualy. This promise is that we will try the impossible to find a new form of energy, clean and limitless, to give them a legacy to build something still better than we have made. You can help move things by sharing the mission of the Project The Secret and its experiments that will be attempted very soon.
CREDIT: SEVERN CULLIS-SUZUKI AT RIO SUMMIT 1992, VIDEO PROVIDED BY YOUTUBE
Zesjarig meisje geeft haar net gescheiden moeder een lesje in liefde en vriendschap. Listen to this wise girl!
Posté par Whocares sur 6 mars 2016
A 6 year old girl teaches her newly divorced mum a lesson in love and friendship. Nothing to add but maybe an old soul whispering words through this young girl’s body the time of a short instant to deliver us a message.
CREDIT: WHOCARES, VIDEO PROVIDED BY FACEBOOK
By documenting the beneficial effects of Bioenergy Therapy, we can see an insight into how people with Parkinson’s, MS and other conditions experienced real improvement both physical and emotional during a 4-day healing event in Los Angeles. The participants along with the therapists (who came from Europe, Canada and the US) describe the experience of the energy, the power of the group and the importance today and in the future of Bioenergy Therapy.
CREDIT: BIOENERGYLIFECENTER, VIDEO PROVIDED BY YOUTUBE
The Israeli government has voted to allow mixed prayer for women alongside men at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, despite Orthodox objections. A women’s reform group has called the move “groundbreaking.”
CREDIT: REUTERS, VIDEO PROVIDED BY YOUTUBE