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Our Earth, Our Responsibility



Earth Day 2011
by Jean Harper

Each year, Earth Day falls on April 22. Earth Day is becoming one of the most important trademarks in the world of conservation and recycling. It carries with it powerful implications of individual, ecological responsibility and taking ownership of our planet; after all, it is the only Earth that we have. In this time of unprecedented environmental challenge, every citizen has the power to affect change on a local, national and global level.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtfully committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
~Margaret Mead

Moxy Women is pleased to celebrate Earth Day 2011 and would like to bring some very important information to your attention:

Moxy Woman, Connor Sauer and many others invite the world’s communities to ask Indigenous Elders to graciously fulfill a UN request:

Please Lead Ceremonies and Prayers Around International Mother Earth Day, April 22, 2011.

To help rebalance Mother Earth to smooth out these 2012 earth changes, leaders of the US and Canadian Snow Sports Industries, Cousteau’s Ocean Futures, biologists from Mexico to the Arctic Circle, Mountaineers like Jim Whittaker, National Parks protectors like Connor Sauer, all invite the world’s communities to ask their Indigenous Elders to graciously fulfill this request.

Important- Read more on the attached PDF.

After Earth Day 2011 has ended, Moxy Women and the cast of Heartbeat- Where the Great Mystery Begins, will be finalizing our show to unveil for you the story of a goddess for this new era. We hope you will join us on June 18, 2011 as the story unfolds in music and dance at the Palladium Theater.

Click Here to Learn More about Heartbeat

In an upcoming article in Transformation Magazine- Aiyana shares her story and below is a small excerpt:

My name is Aiyana, it means eternal flower and I represent the goddess in each and every one of you. Some believe that a goddess is a supernatural being, but like you, I cry, I feel pain, I laugh, and I rejoice at the rising and setting of the sun. I am believed to be directly linked to one of the seven daughters of Eve. I am of Native American legacy and the first to call America my home.  My story will best be told and expressed through dance and music and I hope you will join me on my opening night this June.

I am thought to be a fictional goddess, created by a woman who wants to do her part to produce a peaceful, egalitarian and an aesthetically beautiful world. Is this true or am I one that was created by the blessings of light that have been cast out into the Universe by all of you on earth?  Was I created to be an entity for peace, a sower of love from hatred, a beacon of light in darkness? Join me and decide for yourself.

Get a copy of Transformational Magazine for the full article.

 

 

 

Science is proving the power of words and ceremonies. In the video, “Water: The Great Mystery,” researchers have verified Dr. Emoto’s water crystal tests on how expressing love and appreciation purifies water.

If you don’t believe that you can make a difference watch the video clip below:

As women, we can and will make a difference in the direction of our planet and our future.  Men are coming forth and acknowledging our importance – our time has come.  View the video below titled "Dear Woman":

 

 



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