A roundup of my 2022 favorites.
Your written words nourish my soul and give me strength to use my voice to continue the evolution of humanity. Thank you. And may you continue on for as long as possible, I suspect there are so many more of "me's" benefiting from your messages. The ripple effect is alive and well.
I’m so glad, Lisa! Your constant support means so much.
Warmest wishes for a peaceful, productive and joyous year in 2023! May you accomplish all that you set out to do and live your best life yet. May the new year bring with it hope, love, health, and joy! Here's wishing you the very best of luck in the coming year.My dearest inhabitants of Earth,
As we look ahead to 2023, I am filled with hope for the future of our planet. Despite the challenges that the world has faced in the last year, I remain confident that together we can create a more just, prosperous and sustainable future.
I wish for you in 2023 to recognize how interconnected we all are - how our health is related to the health of our environment; how our communities connect us around the globe; and how care and creativity unite us with each other. In this wonderful network of life, may we use 2023 as an opportunity to celebrate our unique gifts and shared values while uniting together to build more equitable and sustainable practices.
Let’s grow stronger by learning from those around us and Wisdom found in Nature. Let's move into 2023 committed to cultivating global connection and compassion through open-hearted dialogue, meaningful listening and collaborative action towards common goals.
Wishing you all good health, peace, resilience and abundance in this coming year!
Sincerely, Friends of Earth
I would be another one of those "me's." You have given me permission - if you will - to speak my truth.
I would be another one of those "me's." Your articles have given me permission to begin speaking my own truth through words.
LOL Very true, your articles allowed me to give myself permission.!!!
Mona, you are the best writer and Joni is the best singer. I may have seen her in the 60’s at the Raven Gallery in Southfield Michigan, with Josh White, Jr.