Emerging from Chrysalis
Hibernating Kermode Spirit Bear, Apollo, takes his first spring foray from his winter den. Will he return? See this rare sight for the first time ever! After watching Apollo, a wild Spirit Bear hibernate for the winter, viewers can finally see him leaving his winter den. Truly, the sweetest Spirit Bear images ever captured. Filmed by BCSpiritBear.com
Apollo, the Hibernating Kermode White Spirit Bear, has been sleeping for months, now he’s waking up! Taken just days before he leaves his winter den, see this rare insight into late hibernation behavior. Watch Apollo stretch out, scratch, yawn, daily ablutions and sweet poses! Help protect the Spirit Bear from Trophy Hunters in BC, visit […]
By Rumi This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all! Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows, Who violently sweep your house empty of its furniture. Still, treat each guest honorably. […]
By Rumi Tender words we spoke to one another are sealed in the secret vaults of heaven. One day like rain, they will fall to earth and grow green all over the world.
This is a very helpful and informative seven minute video showing you how to easily grow your own sunflower sprouts. It’s an easy, no special equipment needed, method. These are the freshest greens you can get, super delicious and nutritious, and they are grown in your loving care!
By Rumi There is a community of the spirit. Join it, and feel the delight of walking in the noisy street and being the noise. Drink all your passion, and be a disgrace. Close both eyes to see with the other eye.
By Rumi Birdsong brings relief to my longing I’m just as ecstatic as they are, but with nothing to say! Please universal soul, practice some song or something through me!
These big, scaly predators seem like relics of an earlier time. For her article in National Geographic magazine, Jennifer S. Holland spent time among Komodo dragons, learning about their lifestyle and the ways they bring down prey.
After a decade-long drought, Aboriginal elders travel the length of Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin performing the Ringbalin — a pilgrimage designed to “dance” the spirit back into the land and heal the rivers. And it appears to work.