How Can We Help To Save The BEES?

From my fb page:

Regina Siegel shared a link.
~ We can do our part to save the bees
Regina-Sophia
 
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Why ‘natural’ beekeeping could save our honey-making friends – Telegraph
As colonies collapse around the world, Heidi Herrmann is putting her faith in what is best for the honey-makers, not the consumers.

 

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Angel Card of the Day: Archangel ARIEL ~ Spread Your Wings!

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I love Doreen Virtue’s Angel Cards. On Sunday, I picked this one which is so appropriate to what is happening in my life and gives me a go-ahead message of great strength:

“Spread Your Wings!”

Archangel ARIEL: “Do not hold back right now. The timing is perfect, and you are ready to soar!”

I am envisioning and creating the re-launch of my healing practice and will update you all soon.

The name is:

Regina-Sophia at IsisMystery ~ Building Bridges Across Worlds

And please also check out my fb page: “Regina-Sophia at IsisMystery”. Be welcome to post about Healing and Women’s issues.

Blessings and PEACE

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A wonderful Farm in Washington ~ Friendly Haven Rise Farm

What an incredible inspiration it was to listen to a one hour podcast where Paul Wheaton interviews Jacqueline & Joseph Freeman from Friendly haven Rise Farm in Washinton state.  They were in the same place we are now 10 years ago. They had a dream, they wanted to become farmers and grow their own food. They knew nothing much about farming at the time, but the dream in their hearts and minds was clear and strong and they found their true HOME.

http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/1959-202-paul-visits-joseph-jacqueline-freeman-of-friendly-haven-rise-farm-pt-i/

 

Jacqueline and Joseph have become my role models during this overcast pre autumn afternoon in NY. Our dreams are leading us to move South to Alabama where some wonderful friends who also own Andalusian horses are waiting to teach us make a new beginning and create community.

 

 

Blessed Bees

P E A C E

Regina

Visit with the Wolfs ~ from Martha Stewart’s Blog ~ in South Salem, NY | EcoGreen Magazine

 

Visit with the Wolfs ~ from Martha Stewart’s Blog ~ in South Salem, NY | EcoGreen Magazine.

HELP to Save this WOLFS MOTHER in N.M.

 

Fox Mountain Alpha Female Wolf, New Mexico

Regina Siegel shared Mexican gray wolves‘s photo.
Please make a call and share! These precious, endangered pups might not survive without their mother!

FROM: “Debra Gulley” shared Mexican gray wolves’s photo.

Via Mexican gray wolves: The USFWS is being overwhelmed with calls and emails to spare the Fox Mountain female wolf’s life, thanks to so many of you, so let’s keep it up! This is getting a lot of press as well, so let’s also keep the heat on with hundreds of letters to the editor condemning the decision to kill this mother wolf. Once you’ve made your calls and emails, all the info you need to submit a letter is at this link:

The USFWS is being overwhelmed with calls and emails to spare the Fox Mountain female wolf’s life, thanks to so many of you, so let’s keep it up! This is getting a lot of press as well, so let’s also keep the heat on with hundreds of letter…See More

Becky Standridge, Advocate for the Salt River Wild Horses at Tonto National Forest, Arizona

 

Please help Becky win this prize and continue to help these special Wild Horse families.

Click “Collect Me” to help me win a New York City photo exhibition and a$25,000 cash grant: One Life Photography Competition

via Becky Standridge.

A wonderful story from one of my Teachers: Animal Communicator and Author, PENELOPE SMITH

Penelope Smith shared Our Beautiful World & Universe‘s photo.
Yesterday, while watering plants with harvested rain water in my sprinkling can, while I held the container high above the plant to simulate rain, a black-chinned hummingbird came by. These are beautiful, dark, small hummingbirds with violet colored throats. He came to drink from the “rain” fountain. I held the can as steady as I could, as he drank. At one point, he looked at me to see if it was safe to come closer. It was wonderful to hold his powerful direct gaze. Then he showered as the rain supply ran out and landed a few inches from my hand on the can and stayed a minute or so. He drank further from the droplets on the leaves, showing me his long tongue. We had a beautiful time enjoying the garden together. Later he told me he visits every day, since I have so many flowers in my garden (lots of salvia, penstemon, and other hummingbird providers). A gardener’s delight! What a special friend!
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A lifetime is not what's between the moments of birth and death.A lifetime is one moment between two little breaths.The present, the here, the now..That's all the life we get,We live each moment in full,In kindness, in peace, without regret..- Chade Meng
A lifetime is not what’s between the moments of birth and death. A lifetime is one moment between two little breaths.
The present, the here, the now..

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