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At 5:21am on October 28, 2008, Pranayama said…
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"The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they bloom like flowers."
- Thich Nhat Hanh

Much Metta,
Prana
At 1:53pm on October 24, 2008, Amber said…
Welcome to the site! You have chosen a wonderful place to meet people who care and are creating positive change in our universe. It would be nice to hear about your projects and for you to share your light with us. With much love and peace,
Amber
At 4:28am on October 16, 2008, Pranayama said…
Namaste,

peace

"Peace is every step." - Thich Nhat Hahn

Lots of Love to You!

Much Metta,
Prana
At 8:02pm on October 15, 2008, Rene Wadlow said…
16 October — World Food Day — The Three Fs

Rene Wadlow

“determined to promote the common welfare by furthering separate and collective action for the purpose of raising levels of nutrition and standards of living”
Preamble of the FAO Constitution


The current financial crisis joins those of food and fuel to challenge the world economy. The three crises are inter-related and impact each other. Paying hundreds of billions of dollars to rescue the world’s financial industry looks likely to cut both humanitarian aid and development spending. The price of oil has dropped but is still high and is a drain on the funds of developing countries.

Foreign development issues may be the first victims of the financial crisis as government officials focus on domestic issues, especially if there is the predicted slowdown in the economy and a rise in unemployment in North America and Europe.

At a recent funding meeting in Geneva, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Antonio Guterres recognized that the financial crisis would raise challenges for those who have traditionally financed UNHCR programs. “At the same time, I must point out that the resources required to support the 31 million people we care for are very modest indeed when compared to the sums being spent to bring stability to the international financial system. It would be tragic if the funds available to the humanitarian community were to decline at the very time when demands upon us are increasingly so dramatically.”

Yet the decline in governmental aid to the developing world is probably inevitable. Thus an emphasis must be placed on creating a world food policy which draws upon improving local self-reliance while not creating nationalistic policies which harm neighbours. Food is a key aspect of deep structural issues in the world society and thus must be seen in a wholistic framework.

Jean Ping, the chairman of the African Union Commission noted recently that “The sharp increase in basic food prices has had a particularly negative effect on African countries. In the medium and long term, the Commission proposes measures to regulate speculation, the sharing of public cereal stocks, strengthening the financing of imports and reliable food aid, promoting investment in social protection and increased investment to boost agricultural production.” The African Union has 53 state-members with some 750 million people, over half of which are in what is now called “the bottom billion” — people living on $1.25 a day or less. While there is something artificial in poverty lines based on buying-power, such poverty statistics give an indication of the challenges faced.

While constant improvements in technology, mechanization, plant breeding and farm chemicals have steadily increased food production per acre in much of the world, African food production per acre has stagnated, and in some areas has gone down. Likewise, the portion of development assistance in Africa dedicated to agriculture has declined from 15 per cent in the 1980s to 4 per cent in 2006.

Thus the first need in Africa is to develop the local economies: Currently, poverty, lack of adapted technology, population pressure on ecologically fragile areas, a growth of urban slums due to rapid rural to urban migration is the lot of many Sub-Saharan African countries.

Increased action to improve rural life needs to be taken quickly. As the recent UN-sponsored Millennium Ecosystem Assessment notes “Human activity is putting such strain on the natural functions of Earth that the ability of the planet’s ecosystem to sustain future generations can no longer be taken for granted. It is becoming ever more apparent that human society has a rapidly shrinking window of opportunity to alter its path.”

World Food Day needs to be marked by a sharper analysis of the causes of rural stagnation and a renewed dedication to cooperative action.

Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
At 5:42am on October 8, 2008, Pranayama said…
Namaste,


"It is this very moment that is most precious." - Thera

Appreciating the moments :)

Much Metta,
Prana
At 8:07pm on October 7, 2008, Awaken2Love said…

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I invite you to read my blog on myspace.com/cari530 sometime. Wishing you moments of true joy and peace today. Sending much love and light to brighten your path today..
xoxo
Cari
At 12:21am on October 7, 2008, Awaken2Love said…

find and share recovery images at anonymousspace.com
Beautiful wishes for a magical day.
With much love and light,
Cari
At 8:27pm on September 30, 2008, Pranayama said…
Namaste,

It's so lovely to see you here in this wonderful space!

Thank you for everything you do and for all of the love that you share :)

Lots of Love to You!

Much Metta,
Prana
At 1:05am on September 29, 2008, Juliangel said…
Can you pleas send me an friend invite, I am having a hard time adding people.
Juliangel
At 6:24am on September 26, 2008, Mark Seebach said…
Hello HeartOfAllThings, Welcome! So glad you could join us!
May you find that which you seek, and manifest that which you dream for all!
Thanks for finding us and for all that you do!

with Gratitude and Love
Mark
 
 
 

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