Prince Ea …. “The Future I Believe I …. as we ALL should …. “!!


~~March 3, 2017~~ 


Is there a prosperous future for all of humanity?

Technically there should be.

Progress should continue, bringing opportunities to learn, grow, stay interconnected.

Yet, there have been and are forces trying to prevent the future from being what it should be.

We need to DEMAND the future we DESERVE!



I’ve been working with an amazing company called Neste for the past year as a futurologist on a project called #PreOrderTheFuture.

I teamed up with them because it really aligned with what I’m passionate about; which is helping improve the future through technology, sustainability, and education. This project allowed people to submit their ideas that can help improve the future and NESTE would fund it.

This was an ambitious project but nevertheless, I believe a successful one.

For more information on it please go here.




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~Published on Feb 21, 2017~

It is those better ways of doing things that will change this world.


We ALL are ONE!! 


Bow & Arrow Hunting: “Despite Arrow Lodged in Face, Mother Deer Cares for Her Fawn”!!


~~September 8, 2015~~ 


If there was ever any doubt that hunting’s victims can suffer long after the first shot is fired, take a look at Grace, a deer who had an arrow from a botched hunt lodged in her face for the better part of a year. Despite the pain she undoubtedly endured during this time, she managed to give birth to and care for her fawn, who appears healthy.

An online petition was created to help the arrow-struck deer, and it took wildlife officials months to track her down. Finally, the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife said that wildlife experts were able to tranquilize her and cut off the shaft of the arrow, so Grace no longer runs the risk of snagging the arrow shaft on something that could cause her even more harm.

Officials decided to leave the arrowhead in place since Grace’s skin around it had already healed.


Even though Grace survived and will continue to care for her fawn, many victims of hunting are not so lucky. Bow hunters often spend hours tracking the blood trails of wounded animals, and many victims are lost only to succumb unseen to their injuries.

Families are torn apart, and orphaned young are left to starve.

Some believe hunting is “necessary” to combat the overpopulation of wildlife, but natural processes work to stabilize groups of animals. While natural predators help maintain the balance by killing only the sickest and weakest individuals, hunters kill any animal whose head they would like to hang over the fireplace — including large, healthy animals who are needed to keep populations strong.

When human hunters interfere, the natural balance is disrupted.

What You Can Do
Don’t hunt, and encourage others to abandon this cruel activity.

Don’t allow other animals to suffer like Grace did.


“As it appears in …. full read/full credit”

Video: Despite Arrow Lodged in Face, Mother Deer Cares for Her Fawn


~Saving Grace~

NJ Deer Shot in the Face with an Arrow

~Published on May 6, 2015~

SHARK works to save a deer cruelly shot in the face with an arrow. For six months she has suffered and survived, and now it is time that she get help.

The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife claims it tried to tranquilize Grace so she could be treated, but their dart failed to inject the tranquilizer. Apparently bringing a second dart never occurred to the agency.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie received calls. This lead the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife to do everything possible to SAVE Grace, who had suffered enough.


Great News!

On September 1, 2015, NJ Fish and Wildlife darted Grace with a tranquilizer, and sheared off the arrow.

Our deepest thanks to all who called NJ F&W, and motivated the agency to do the right thing!




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We ALL are ONE!! 



Best wishes to the “Just married” couple”? ….. Think not!!

~~September 30, 2014~~

“We’ve seen some sick things in our time, hunting and poaching, animal abuse, neglect its all abuse.

Seriously though “Just Married“. Well Scott if this is the way you treat a lady, then frankly you are no man, and for the lady to actually believe this is ethically “moral” then she is just as bad.

We are actually lost for words, its not the first time we’ve seen something like this. Proposals over a dead hunted corpse is one thing, this though is just a smack in the face to Africans. It’s ALL OK though because Scott (last name were leaving out) states after a mortified friend asked “Tell me you didn’t kill that beautiful Zebra”

Scott replies – No. I trained him to lay there for pictures. Seriously though, yes I did. All of it was used. None of it wasted.

It is an animal, not a human.


That kill was far more humane than anything mother nature had in store for him so no need to tell me I’m cruel.

Lions chasing a zebra for food is not natural but killing with a gun and then posing over the dead carcass with a “just married” sign IS ……

We will let you be the judge and jury on this. Frankly we feel sick and are angered over this.

Over and out.”

“As is appears in … “



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We ALL are ONE!!