IOTD …. Images of the day, #331 …. “Greenpeace Day September 15, 2015 Worldwide”!!


~~September 15, 2015~~ 


Happy Birthday Greenpeace!

On September 15, 1971, a small group activists set sail in an old fishing boat from Vancouver, Canada to stop atomic bomb testing off the coast of Alaska — and in the process created a new force for environmental and peace activism which continues to this day.

It was because of this act of courage Greenpeace was born more than 40 years ago, but it’s thanks to our supporters we’re able to continue to make the world a better place.

Today, as we say “Happy Birthday” to Greenpeace, we want to say thank you to the commitment and dedication of the Greenpeace community.

Greenpeace only exists because of YOU!




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A dear blogger friend taught me this concept.

You can find Michelle here:


IOTD” is image of the day, a concept I came up with. I teach visual meditative therapy – or in easy terms – a mini mental holiday. For some people it is very difficult for them to get their image right. I post an image a day for people to use in their mini mental vacay. Someare serious, some are silly, and some are just beautiful!”

I found out about Greenpeace Day in Michelle’s post here


#IOTD #ImageOfTheDay #331 #GreenpeaceDay #September15Worldwide #VancouverCanada #StopAtomicBombTesting #AlaskaCoast #HappyBirthday #GreenpeaceCommunity

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexachwordpress





We ALL are ONE!! 


Lindsey Stirling …. presents her most recent, uplifting video!!

~~April 30, 2014~~

I was looking through my WP reader and found this post by Coach

I can truthfully say that this video “made my day” today.

I was a bit in the dumps but this is a “picker-upper”. 

I will repost and found additional information.

Take a look!! 


The central point of this song and music video by violinist Lindsey Stirling (the singer is one Alisha Popat) begins with an invocation of a familiar trope: Africa is a hopeless place.

But African love springs eternal.

So much so that it has the ability to save and teach privileged people from the west, who arrive with fancy hopes of ‘saving’ picturesque Africans. Hell, I’m sure you could even save the elephants if you spent long enough prancing around them playing the violin and the elephants somehow managed to resist the temptation to grind you into the dust with their massive feet (note to American celebrities).

And people love this kind of thing.

By late last night, this video had nearly half a million views since it was first posted on Youtube on Monday, May 7.

21,331,980 … when I looked today!! 

~~We Found Love – Lindsey Stirling (VenTribe)~~


~~Published on May 7, 2012~~

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I never could have done this video on my own. I had so many wonderful people help me too, I want to thank:

My friends at sent me out to Kenya to film this. They are a fresh new way to shop online with friends, and they made the whole trip possible. They launch soon and will feature a gift collection of African styles featuring a few of the things you would have seen in the video. Check them out at Check out their Facebook page too where they are giving out some awesome Kenyan Kikoys:



~~Filming in Africa – Behind The Scenes~~


~~Published on Aug 4, 2012~~…
My friends at gave Lindsey and I the opportunity to go to Kenya to film this. The video wouldn’t have been possible without them.
VenTribe brings facebook friends together to chip in together and buy better gifts for each other.

We shot three youtube videos while we were in Kenya, here’s links to each.

~Into The Wild~

~Children of Africa~

~We Found Love (On Lindsey’s channel)~

I filmed all these videos with Lindsey Stirling! She also has a rocking youtube channel with lots of awesome music videos! Make sure to check them out in the link below.


We ALL are ONE!!