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Drew Dellinger is a spoken word poet, professor, writer, activist and founder of Poets for Global Justice. He has inspired minds and hearts at hundreds of events in many countries, performing poetry and keynoting on justice, ecology, cosmology, activism, democracy and compassion. He has spoken and performed at numerous conferences--including Bioneers, the Green Festival and The Dream Reborn--as well as colleges, poetry venues, protests and places of worship. Dellinger has shared podiums and stages with luminaries such as Alice Walker, Cornel West,& Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,& Danny Glover, Ani Difranco, Billy Bragg, Michael Franti, Eve Ensler, Chuck D, Paul Hawken, Van Jones and many others.

by AnRa MaEl and AzRa MaEl, MD

AnRa and AzRa bring passionate presence and 20 years of combined experience in the healing arts to their transformational Womb Wisdom and Power of Shakti Workshops. The work draws from Egyptian, Tibetan, Aramaic and Vedic traditions – presenting ancient wisdom in a fresh way...


Editor’s Note from Marie' Sakai: If we are off-balance and off-kilter, we are in need of becoming more conscious about our thoughts, our energetic patterns both physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally. And it is through the Divine Feminine Conscious as AzRa and AnRa MaEl so eloquently put, that we must be aware and honour both our masculine energetics and our feminine side.


Arts & Art Therapy

by Kathy Stevens

The day before Thanksgiving, 2010. A young woman I’ll call Anna winds down the CAS driveway and pulls up to the main barn. Animal Care Director Abbie Rogers and I go out to meet her; we’ve been expecting her and her passenger.

In a crate in the back of her hatchback, a large white turkey...


Editor's Note: Kathy Stevens, Founder and Director of Catskill Animal Sanctuary in Saugerties, NY, and I am blessed to say, my friend, offers a different perspective of our all too often tainted view of farm animals, and implores us, by introducing the voice and soul of her friend Henrietta, to chose a compassionate cuisine this holiday season - and everyday thereafter.


Animals & Pets

by Shelly Birger Phillips, MA

Parenting is one of those topics that we all feel very strongly about. I mean, our kids and their well-being is at stake, right? So, of course we’re going to be opinionated about what’s OK and what’s not OK. The problem with this is that it alienates other moms who, after all, are just like us, trying to do their best to care for and support their kids...

Editor's Note from Shelly Phillips: Let's all have more compassion for one another. After all, we're all doing our best for our kids!


Family & Parenting

by Victoria Moran
Cross-posted from

Everybody needs some time to shine, time to be recognized, special, admired. It’s not selfish: it’s human.

Early one Saturday I saw in the local paper that a workshop for blues musicians was scheduled for that very morning...


Editor's Note from Angie Webster: Taking time to "fill your cup" goes a long way toward helping you have something to give to others. Take care of yourself so you have plenty of love and compassion to share with those around you.


Inspiration & Wisdom

by Deborah Caruana, RN, MES, CPT

As your personal fitness trainer my passion is to teach, coach, understand, push, prod, cajole, investigate, research and apply, over and over… As a ‘Fitness Role Model’…well…I feel vulnerable with weakness, so, in hopes we can all learn from my own weakness, here goes…My Confession...




Exercise & Fitness

by Erica Sofrina

Cross-posted from

What is it about color that is so powerful? Most of us feel passionately about some and are repelled by others. Maybe you adored royal blue at one time but now feel a deep need to surround yourself with earth tones? Do you wonder if this yearning comes from a deeper place and why it changes over time?...



Energy Medicine

by Ann Catlin

The need for compassionate care of our elders is growing. In the United States, people 85 years and older make up the fastest growing segment of our population. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, by 2030 there will be 71.5 million adults over age 65 in the United States. Many elders are affected by debilitating illness or injury and require the assistance of a care setting to help manage their everyday lives...



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