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Good Neighbors: The Good Things People Do – Le Soupe

Yesterday, I shared some Season of Lights inspiration and best wishes for Christmas and other traditions you might celebrate at this time of year. As I shared, many traditions include teachings about our Divine Spark -- "This Little Light of... Continue Reading →

Season of Lights: Let Your Spark Shine (and Updated Video Link From Bruce)

Yes, it is the Season of Lights celebrated over many generations in various cultural and spiritual traditions, with candles, lamps, and little (or big) sparklies shining from mini 'World Trees' (a.k.a. Christmas and Yule Trees), wreaths, and around doorways and... Continue Reading →

QuoteWorthy: Collecting Shards

"I'm touched by the idea that when we do things that are useful and helpful, collecting these shards of spirituality, that we may be helping to bring about a healing." ~ Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015) Leonard Nimoy's signature role and character,... Continue Reading →

Inspiration for the Season of Lights

'Tis the Season of Lights ... or we're on the cusp of it, anyway. It beckons. Though not without its challenges, it's a potentially delicious time and Season-Spirit of the year ... lights sparking our own Divine Spark, and various... Continue Reading →

The Other Road – A Father’s Day Solstice Musing

“I took the other road, all right, but only because it was the easy road for me, the way I wanted to go. If I’ve encountered some unnecessary resistance that’s because most of the traffic is going the other way.”... Continue Reading →

Meet Naoto Matsumura, The Guardian of Fukushima’s Animals

The power of kindness, wherever we are …

Thanks to FiestaEstrella for sharing this one. Beautiful.

Big Love,
Jamie

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Naoto Matsumura is the only human who now lives in Fukushima’s 12.5-mile radiation exclusion zone in Japan.

Naoto Matsumura, Guardian of Fukushima’s Animals

At first he fled the radation-riddle area, but he returned soon after to feed his animals.

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Matsumura then realized that there were thousands of other creatures that needed to be fed, as well. The 55-year-old says he knows the radiation levels are dangerous but refuses to worry about it.

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“They told me that I wouldn’t get sick for 30 years. I’ll most likely be dead by then anyway, so I couldn’t care less,” he said.

When he first returned, he saw that thousands of cows had died after being locked up in barns. He freed the creatures that had been left tied up by their owners and takes care of all of them.

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Today, most of the creatures rely on him for food, and he works entirely on the support of donations and…

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Power Words: Benediction

“While our culture is all gloss and pace on the outside, within it is too often haunted and lost." "The commercial edge of so-called ‘progress’ has cut away a huge region of human tissue and webbing that held us in... Continue Reading →

Believing Mirrors – If Two or More Believe

"One person alone can't do it. I've learned that. But two people? That's a done deal. If two people believe in the same thing, it's automatically real." ~ Bulahdeen, in Lost Lake, by Sarah Addison Allen There's that age-old saying:... Continue Reading →

Lughnasa: Gathering Harvest, Shedding Light

"Many were born for a world that is just coming to be. If you have felt lost before and been frustrated in realizing your purpose here, this is your time." ~ Steve Nelson, Gaiastrology Mythic astrologer Steve Nelson goes on... Continue Reading →

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