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Freedom Is Sweet

Driving through lush green hills, and past wide rivers, huge boulders, the route was marvelous. We had been a-visiting India for a short trip. The roads were smooth, and the rain clouds brought on a blast of monsoon rains. 772 more words


Mocking Human Life [2]

(This is part 2 of a multi-part post. See part 1 here)

The harm that follows from excess devotion (which I wrote about here:  3,996 more words

The World


Wanderlust – A strong desire or urge to wander or to travel the world.

From a young age I knew I had wanderlust. From when I was 16 and my parents sent me to Asia for the first time something captured my imagination and woke me up to the real word. 2,463 more words


We can still save the World.

The most important thing in our life is what we give less attention to.
Let’s talk about our World, our home.

I have always wanted to know how the spiritual world sees our world, and although I am not surprised by the cards that my Guides gave me, I must confess that I expected much worse, which made me feel a light of hope within me. 842 more words

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Zinke's plan to shrink monument appalling. | Editorial

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is recommending that four large national monuments in the West be reduced in size, potentially opening up hundreds of thousands of acres of land revered for natural beauty and historical significance to mining, logging and other development. 22 more words


Updated: Oregon legislators go to bat for lumber industry

Earlier this week, Oregon legislators testified on behalf of the U.S Lumber Coalition at a hearing with the U.S International Trade Commission about softwood lumber trade with Canada. 43 more words

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Oregon Legislators ask for more drones to fight fires

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden and U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio today asked federal officials what’s being done to deploy more unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to fight wildfires raging throughout Oregon and the West. 14 more words