Earth

21 Apr 19
Breeze The Writer

I feel as though I’m being pounded into the Earth. Surrounded By white walls, my life lined by deadlines like centimeter marks On a rule. Once we left home every week, desperation to be Moving, seeing, running, walking, outdoors, along the cliff Edge, beneath peeling tree’s, through a mist of crisp scent That clears your […]

21 Apr 19
Mission Station Earth

into the New Age Order of Non Violence for Station Earth, Its “To Be” ESSENCE allowing the Unique Full Optimization of Self ESSENCE and Shared Loving Kindness! Be sure to protect Team Self/Loved Ones, not All are yet Participating! This ESSENCE Movement must take place to Fulfill the Station Earth Mission Assignment! A BETTER PLACE […]

21 Apr 19
A Better Place For All! 🖐

into the New Age Order of Non Violence for Station Earth, Its “To Be” ESSENCE allowing the Unique Full Optimization of Self ESSENCE and Shared Loving Kindness! Be sure to protect Team Self/Loved Ones, not All are yet Participating! This ESSENCE Movement must take place to Fulfill the Station Earth Mission Assignment! A BETTER PLACE […]

21 Apr 19
Greg Curry

My ideals on how we can observe Earth Day 2019 and why: 1) Clean a elder neighbor’s yard 2) Make a list of fracking sites in your area and number of earthquakes since fracking began in that area, then tweet/use instagram about it 3) Research history of the land use before the prison in your […]

21 Apr 19
scoreit.online

While Earth Day on April 22 is a great reminder of our role as stewards of the planet, the principles and ideals can radiate out long after the day’s celebrations are over. Even small gestures can add up, whether you’re choosing recycled goods or finding ways to ditch single-use plastic products.  This Earth Day-inspired shopping […]

21 Apr 19
ink stories everywhere

In the quiet cities we walked where no one moved and no one talked. Dead from the inside out all the people are running around.   In the quiet cities we danced with no fear and no despair we made music that filled the air and laughed like no one was there.   In the […]

21 Apr 19
For My Wairua

Friday I close my eyes and he takes me to his final moments. Here I am, at the foot of the cross, taking a moment to realise where I am. Ranginui mourns, Tāwhirimātea enraged. The skies have never looked so dark. Pools of water send a reflection back to me, it’s hard not to look […]

21 Apr 19
AskSalome!

Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world’s economies. The WEF looks at data on areas as varied as the soundness of banks to the sophistication of businesses in each country. It then uses the data to compile a picture of the economy of almost every […]

21 Apr 19
Life As You Think We Know It

Amazing fact that we, in this country particularly, go on about Muslim persecution across the World, should reappraise our view of what real persecution is about. We know that hundreds of thousands of Muslims have died in numerous conflicts that have blighted this earth for too many years now, in wars started by Muslims of […]

21 Apr 19
Sohye Kim

Disposable cups are made for one time usage and are difficult to recycle. Paper cups are not made of paper only, they are coated for waterproofing and cannot be recycled. The recycling rate is only 1%. The same goes for disposable plastic cups. Disposable plastic cups have a recycling rate of less than 5%. More […]

21 Apr 19
The Billy Pulpit

I have seen two spiders today so far. Both were inside the boundary between my space and the outside. They appeared hours apart and at different boundaries. Bases loaded and 2 outs. Hang on, I’m gonna watch this…struck him out! The first one came in with the cat while it was still light outside, and […]

21 Apr 19
Dad Lover

A rocket launching from Earth, seen from the International Space Station

21 Apr 19
famousinfamousbirthsdeathsblog

Today’s posting begins with navigator who founded Cape Town – Jan van Riebeeck started to spread his wings from 1619. Oldest of the writing sisters, Charlotte Brontë had the correct advance in 1816. Inventor of both Odour Eaters and Clearasil, Ivan DeBlois Combe found he didn’t have smelly feet or a spotty face, but did […]

21 Apr 19
zbudgetdirector

ElSapoBlanco: #RT WhatTheFFacts: Scientists believe there is a ninth planet in our solar system that is roughly 10 times larger than Earth. They haven't been able to locate it yet but they know it's there because of its gravitational effects on other objects. — zbudgetdirector (@zbudgetdirector) April 21, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/zbudgetdirector April 21, […]