Deep ecology and my initial awakening (pt 4)

Part 4 - The travel bug bites and my activist days – Late teens and Early twenties Just before going to CEGEP, which is Quebec’s trampoline school between high school and University, I went on my first school exchange. CEGEP usually lasts about 2 years if you plan on going to University or 3 years for …

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Deep ecology and my initial awakening (pt 1)

Growing up in a small town called Knowlton in the 1970s was an interesting experience, to say the least. With a population of about 1000 inhabitants at the time, I was an only child, quite the loner and was always very in tune with nature and the forest, spending much of my free time wandering the forests around my house. I would climb to the top of a 50-foot pine so I could have an unencumbered view of our beautiful Brome Lake less than half a mile away. The swaying of the treetops from the mild summer breezes would give me some exhilaration but so would the breathtaking view and the thrill and danger of being so high up. 

My purpose is to serve

My purpose is to Serve, what does this even mean? Serve who? Serve what? Serve your heart’s desires, but not your heart’s whims, meaning serving a deeper purpose and more profound truth, yours! How do you find this deeper truth? As you search inside you awaken to it, and yes we are all perfect now with our imperfections, but I believe that we can become much more than our thoughts and basic desires. I also believe that we should strive for more, evolution did not stop when we grew opposable thumbs. SOMETIMES I THINK OPPOSABLE THUMBS WERE INVENTED SO TEENAGE GIRLS COULD USE TEXT MESSAGING. DIANE LANE LIVING YOUR TRUTH As for me personally, I have found what it is to live by my truth; it is to allow and aide others to reach their full potential, and to help this planet and it’s inhabitant to take the next step, or giant leap in human evolution. It is to allow the mind to reach its full capacity, so humanity can truly reach for the stars as we have brought peace to all corners of our planet. The idea here is that before going off exploring the stars, shouldn't we take care of our Earthly problems first, and most urgently: