Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Life and Love

 -- Quote of the Day -- 

“…When I think of ‘love’ I think of the life force for good. Its not just compassion it is also strength, it is not just acceptance and tolerance it is also accountability and responsibility; it is patient, but it is also perseverance and diligent and it is honest. …Whenever we find our sense of worth by something tangible or another human being, we’re on shaky ground because that can be taken away from us. Only what is inside can never be taken away. When we are aligned with love, then we have that no matter the loss.  …Love is always guided by knowledge, and knowledge breeds understanding. …When we choose to align with love we are naturally in harmony with ourselves, but also with others and with nature.”

~ Jan Denise

Today’s quote originates from the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio episode titled: A Sanctuary At Home

 (*Click on the title to access the full discussion)

-- Referral Corner --

It is time to share some more amazing resources that I hope you'll check out when you have the time. These, in the list below, were actually mentioned during the Sept 20th interview with Keith Sanderson on the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio show.

A site where you can start or participate in a petition for positive change.

Discover The Depths:
Founded by Deanna LaSusa who became a diver twenty years ago. Since that time, her love for the ocean and diving has taken her all over the globe and is a recipient of the First Place award, Environmental Concern in the EPIC (Environmentally Aware Photographic Competition).

Orphans of the Storm:
This animal shelter is located in Riverwoods (Deerfield), in north suburban Illinois (since 1938). Orphans takes in, cares for and finds good and loving adoptive homes for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs and cats each year.

The Puppy Mill Project:
Focusing on educating the public at community events and schools handing out literature, spreading the message about puppy mill cruelty and provides age-based interactive lectures and presentations. Ninety Nine percent (99%) of all pet store puppies are puppy mill puppies. Most people are unaware of this. TPMP is changing that fact. By lessening the demand for these dogs, we will in effect lower the puppy mills’ profits. TPMP has several programs that are designed to encourage consumers to explore adoption and to shop at pet stores who have moved to the “humane model.”

Find Dave and Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, their radio program, blog, and more at: * Support the Brummets by telling your friends, clicking those social networking buttons, or visiting the Brummet's Store - and help raise funds for charity as well!

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