What a best way to wish you a Happy and Peaceful year 2016 than to invite you to sign The Fuji Declaration here:
I am really exited to see our society moving forward with this type of international alliance of individuals and organizations who are united by a commitment to live and collaborate toward the advancement of a more harmonious and flourishing world.
The Fuji Declaration is an invitation to people from all nations and walks of life to join in a commonality of purpose beyond borders. And most of all, The Fuji Declaration is a call to consciously evolve with each other and with nature to bring that new world into being.
We are hoping to share with you interesting things in this space!
I would love to see this in all our roads!! Wouldn’t it be clean!
Our new dates to celebrate Menarche with our daughters in Ann Arbor will be:
Come and visit us from Tuesday 4th – 9th of August 2015
This is our third year as a craft woman to offer our products in the market tent during the Womyn Michigan Music Festival, but this year is also the 40th anniversary!!
All my admiration to the women who work for months in the land and those who organize the event all year around, all that efforts goes into creating a peaceful, joyful and unique experience for all women and children in that wonderful unspoiled forest in Michigan. It is just impossible to say what the is the best thing about it, but I can’t avoid thinking of the showers under the clear August sky! or the smiles and friendly faces all around, or the great new friendships that are born there every year, or the delicious veggie food!
Please don’t miss it if you can, all women should enjoy it at least once in their lives!
Madeline Stuart is an 18 year old aspiring model from Brisbane, Australia with Down Syndrome. As with many people with Down Syndrome Maddy struggled with her weight for a long time, and last year she decided to get healthy and chase after her dreams.
Maddy really wants to change the way people discriminate against disability through gaining attention through social media. She wants people to know that Down Syndrome is a blessing, something to be celebrated. “She loves the camera! People need to see how she shines, how her personality just bursts out.” Help Maddy get her message across by sharing her photos and her story and make the world a better place.