Earth Hour 2010… Today, 8:30-9:30pm

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“Like dreams, small creeks grow into mighty rivers.”

Earth teach me quiet ~ as the grasses are still with new light.

Earth teach me suffering ~ as old stones suffer with memory.

Earth teach me humility ~ as blossoms are humble with beginning.

Earth teach me caring ~ as mothers nurtures their young.

Earth teach me courage ~ as the tree that stands alone.

Earth teach me limitation ~ as the ant that crawls on the ground.

Earth teach me freedom ~ as the eagle that soars in the sky.

Earth teach me acceptance ~ as the leaves that die each fall.

Earth teach me renewal ~ as the seed that rises in the spring.

Earth teach me to forget myself ~ as melted snow forgets its life.

Earth teach me to remember kindness ~ as dry fields weep with rain.

A Ute Prayer

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NO TO TUMBLE-DRYERS!

Show your support for Earth Hour 2010

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LEAD Movement's EARTH HOUR Lantern. Create yours at http://www.earthhour.org/lantern/

8.30pm, Saturday 27th March 2010

Turn off your lights for one hour.

And Now Green Jeans

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stained, dirty, ripped, frayed — that’s what hip  jeans is all about…

Tristar is about to launch jeans that are made of organic cotton grown in a plantation in Brazil that uses no water and  pesticides. The jeans are meant to be frozen in the refrigerator instead of washing. One-day freezing is enough to kill the bacteria, but if stains are bothersome, the jeans can still be washed the conventional way, which means you will be able to save energy and water in between uses. (Read more… )

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Love and Protect The Earth

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NASA’s Blue Marble

This spectacular “blue marble” image is the most detailed true-color image of the entire Earth to date. Using a collection of satellite-based observations, scientists and visualizers stitched together months of observations of the land surface, oceans, sea ice, and clouds into a seamless, true-color mosaic of every square kilometer (.386 square mile) of our planet.