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Archive for the category “Make Your Mark”

More Clay Less Plastic!

https://moreclaylessplastic.org/

 

 

Proud to be a potter 🙂  http://www.handthrownbottles.com

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Just Drank a Pot

… French press. American woman. White. Privileged. Peaceful. Studio. Kiln. Sewing. Working today. NOT thinking about politics for awhile. Thinking about peace. Nature. Breeze. Ironing the towels I made. The handkerchiefs also. Gift shop at the Benedictine Monastery wants my wares. Putting things together. When you clear space, open to God, doors open. God is the original Divine Creator. God makes great coffee.

Women in Politics: Who is Running 2016?

Thanks ROB BREZSNY for posting, And tx nymag.com for the article, thanks @annfriedman

“There are currently 27 women in the running for the U.S. Senate, and 216 are vying for U.S. House seats.”

http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/03/women-politics-hillary-clinton-senate-house.html

Whole excerpt of what Rob Brezsny had to say on FB which grabbed me –and I could not agree more :

“Nobody’s saying much about all of the other women running for office right now.

There are currently 27 women in the running for the U.S. Senate, and 216 are vying for U.S. House seats. Plus six women running for governor. Not all of them will win their primaries to make it to the ballot in November. But there are hundreds of women campaigning right now. You’re just not hearing much about them.

The silence is a shame, because in 2016 we could see a record-breaking number of women elected to the Senate. There are nine pro-choice Democratic women running for Senate this year, most of whom have a good shot at election.

Compare that to the supposedly watershed “Year of the Woman” in 1992, which only saw four women senators elected. And, this year, four of the nine contenders are women of color, which is huge because only two women of color have ever, in history, been elected to the Senate.”

 

When Art Is an Act of Survival

http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2016/03/by-heart/474657/?utm_source=SFTwitter

Melissa Broder of So Sad Today finds solace in Ernest Becker’s The Denial of Death and in her own creative process.

By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature. See entries from Karl Ove Knausgaard, Jonathan Franzen, Amy Tan, Khaled Hosseini, Franz Kafka and more

 

SUPER TUESDAY VIRAL VIDEO!!!!!

 

 

How-To Support #Bernie2016

https://go.berniesanders.com/page/content/phonebank

Phone Bank: Instructions above

You’ll feel great! It’s easy and fun.

They have wonderful straight-forward directions. Please participate in our democracy! Go vote!  Encourage others to be sure they get to the primary #FeelTheBERN

 

 

WolfPAC

 

Join: wolf-pac.com.  IT IS FUN, FUN, FUN TO GET INVOLVED IN YOUR DEMOCRACY!

Where you are is exactly where you need to be

Trust the timing of your life. 

Mantra:

Where I am is exactly where I need to be. I trust the timing of my life!

 

The Laughing Heart

http://www.theplaidzebra.com/if-your-life-feels-grey-this-bukowski-poem-read-by-tom-waits-will-breathe-life-back-into-you/

 

 

If your life feels grey, this Bukowski poem read by Tom Waits will breathe life back into you

 

Flip The Script (Great Videos!)

http://www.elizabethplank.com/flipthescript/

 

Amazing videos (*new media) in above link.  I’ve found a new favorite journalist!

#Jointhenewmillenium #EqualityforAll #LizPlankRocks #Mic.

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