Fairy Farm Girl Speaks
Humankind is reaping what it has sowed. The time is now to transform what has been created into LOVE.
Humankind all across the world is coming together through co-creating community. New ways are being tried out.. New Earth technologies are rising. It is Time.
Gaia has transformed what has been sowed into her surface EARTH and deep into her Body through storms, earthquakes, fire, volcanic eruptions, surge waves, and unseasonable weather. This is a gift to Humankind from the Gaia and the Fairy Realm.
The weather reduction that all came together to c0-create has instilled a wave and Field of Loving Gratitude. It has created a new field of possibility for the Earth-Gaia, humankind and all realms of Flora and Fauna. This new field is what has been anchored to the New Earth and the transforming old Earth. It is now time to sow the new seeds of Love. This will be what is to come for Humankind to reap as they have sowed. Those that stay with the old Earth shall reap what they continue to sow. All is choice. Gaia embraces all her children equally– as a good and great mother does.
Humanity is symbiotic with Gaia-Earth. She is and you are One with each other– interdependent and interconnected. You are: She Is: We Are: I AM One.
The lesson is the Whole World is Family. This is a challenging concept for those deeply mired in separation consciousness– duality.
–And yet, the Field of LOVE is growing day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. The space of Non-Duality, Inter-connectedness is expanding. This Vortex is transforming all that it connects to. All that connects to the Vortex then transforms all that it is connected to. Rapid transformation is being created and anchored within the HEART of Humankind, the grid of Surface Earth. The result is Community. The Whole world is Family. All is interconnected and interdependent. We bless you all with Love. Open Hearts change the World. —Fairy Farm Girl and the Beautiful Many
In my work I have chosen the positive approach. I never think of myself as protesting against something, but rather as witnessing for harmonious living. Those who witness for, present solutions. Those who witness against, usually do not— they dwell on what is wrong, resorting to judgement and criticism and sometimes name-calling. Naturally, the negative approach has a detrimental effect on the person who uses it, while the positive approach has a good effect. When an evil is attacked, the evil mobilizes, although it may have been weak and unorganized before, tand therefore, the attack gives it validity and strength. When there is no attack, but instead good influences are brought to bear upon the situation, not only does the evil tend to fade away, but the evildoer tends to be transformed. The positive approach inspires; the negative approach makes angry. When you make people angry, they act in accordance with their baser instincts, often violently and irrationally. When you inspire people, they act in accordance with their higher instincts, sensibly and rationally…inspiration has a life-long effect. —Peace Pilgrim, Peace Pilgrim, pg 131-132.
Peace Pilgrim is a wanderer and pilgrim for peace. Her legacy lives on through the book of her words she spoke and wrote in letters and speeches that was compiled by a group of her friends upon her death. Peace Pilgrim physically transitioned in 1981. To read more about Peace Pilgrim at www.peacepilgrim.com
Perspectives — Community Creating
Occupy Relief Activists Emerge as Reluctant Heroes in Sandy Aftermath They Boldly Go Where No FEMA Dare Go
“All those nights camping in Zucotti Park appear to have paid off – big time – for Occupy activists who are possibly not only the most well-prepared, but also the most well-fed and cheerful New Yorkers in town following the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
In a press release as of Nov. 1, MoRUS shared “The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) is using one of its exhibits to provide the community with free cell phone charging. Working with environmental group Times Up, MoRUS has set up Occupy Wall Street bike generators on Avenue C between 9th and 10th Street. For the past two days, volunteer riders have been pedaling as crowds of people gather to charge up their cell phones.
For many people, this has been the first time they’ve been able to contact loved ones after Hurricane Sandy hit earlier this week. Meanwhile, C-Squat, the squat which houses MoRUS, has set up a street-side barbecue. They have been accepting donations and providing the community with free food.
The residents of C-Squat have set up two grills, are receiving food donations and are essentially feeding the neighborhood. After pumping out their own basement and rescuing the Occupy Wall Street bikes, the residents pumped out the water from the bar next door and the deli on the corner. As one C-Squat resident exclaimed: “”It’s like a block party!”
A website has been set up in order to help people to find shelters, and also as a hub and a meeting place, where people can be directed to find those who need assistance and aide.
“Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to help distribute resources & volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy. We are a coalition of people & organizations who are dedicated to implementing aid and establishing hubs for neighborhood resource distribution. Members of this coalition are from Occupy Wall Street, 350.org, recovers.org and interoccupy.net.” From http://interoccupy.net/occupysandy/
Relief from government agencies has been slow to non-existent, according to one Facebook post:
“There continues to be mounting frustration from other residents here. The Red Cross is quickly becoming the villain because it has been invisible. It’s a bad sign for the world that Occupy Wall Street and a Sikh group from Queens are doing a better job at distributing hot food than the largest international relief group in the world.” -NY1 Blog: NY1’s Bob Hardt Reports On Sandy From Rockaway Beach
As another night fell upon the millions still without power, many families were beginning to suffer due to the constant cold, lack of hot food and water. The Occupiers are all too familiar with that scenario – exactly one year ago they were set up in Zuccotti Park, braving November winds without heat and fighting government eviction. Occupiers faced the most effective disaster-preparedness training ground imaginable and have emerged a year later as reluctant heroes with their resilience, positivity and community-mindedness shining the spotlight upon them once more.”
MichelleDevlin is based in Innisfil, Ontario, Canada, and is an Anchor for Allvoices.http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/13314066-occupy-relief-activists-emerge-as-reluctant-heroes-in-sandy-aftermath-they-boldly-go-where-no-fema-dare-go