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It is getting more and more difficult to step out of integrity. So many people I know have shared with me a common draw inward, spending more time alone, and bringing a focus on discovering their own Infinite Self. This inward journey is occurring on a global level, many humans all over the planet are turning more inward, discovering disciplines and practices that connect them deeper to their hearts calling. It is no longer acceptable to be the martyr or sell out on yourself to please another… obligation is being questioned, and all kinds of limiting conditioning that has been around for decades is being tossed out because it is no longer useful, it is bogging the human drive down. Human beings are becoming de-conditioned on a massive scale and this is so powerful for the planet and the whole human race. With all nature, when a species nears the possibility of extinction, the only way they can survive is to go into a state of cooperation. The entire species orchestrates, collaborates, and cooperates peacefully together to save the species, and in turn evolve the species to a higher expression of life. You see it all the time in nature. It is an astounding explosion of transformational energies as all the organisms of a species come together and orchestrate in a way that saves the whole species. Humans are coming together… and they are coming together as sovereign individuals living true to themselves while working together for the good of all. This is momentous for our species and our planet. We are only on the verge of this cooperative expansion into an evolved human species and we have a lot of work to do together, however it has begun and the ball is rolling. So rejoice and find where you fit into this incredible explosion of life force that the planet has never before seen. One World Studio and One World Humanity are just one of many organizations committed to assisting this evolutionary leap of consciousness and awakening on this planet. Ways you can join our organization and assist in this peaceful rEvolution, answering the call for love with love.
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The name of the refugee has been changed in this true account, in order to protect his vulnerability. More than twenty years ago, as a very small boy in South Sudan, Kimi and his family escaped North Sudanese soldiers who burned their village to the ground. They ran into the bush country where they traveled on foot for days. Water and food was scarce, yet they survived and were able to reach another village where some food and water was shared. Over the next months, he and his family traveled to different villages and various refugee camps. Kimi's older brother lost his life in his efforts to protect his family from genocide. Devastated by the loss of his brother, Kimi and his family climbed the steep mountains to the Ethiopian refugee camp of Sherkole. Kimi was sixteen when he settled in Sherkole. He went to school there and survived on little food and water for ten years. Many do not survive refugee camp. During that time, the United Nations allowed him to apply to come to the U.S. After years of government and U.N. vetting processes, the U.N. brought Kimi to the U.S. By that time, Kimi was twenty-six years old. The plane from Ethiopia brought him to Atlanta, Georgia. He recalls how very scary the experience of flying was, and the nightmare of a world of machines and technology and products he had never seen before. HIs caseworker eventually introduced him to other refugees from Sherkole Refugee Camp, and together they learned about refrigerators, stoves, running water, and shampoo.
After a few months, his cousin, who had been settled in Salt Lake City, urged Kimi to come here and go to school; so, Kimi traveled to Salt Lake City and earned his high school diploma from Horizonte'. He met his wife, who had two children, and together, they had a son. They have made their life together, here in Salt Lake City, for nearly eight years. Kimi applied for his Green Card when he first came here. His intake person spoke Arabic.
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About ⅓ of the planet’s food goes to waste. According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, we squander 2.9 trillion pounds of food per year. That’s enough to feed everyone globally, more than twice over. Considering that nearly 800 million people worldwide suffer from hunger, reducing food waste has become a matter of international urgency.
So, where is all that food going? In developing nations, much is lost after harvesting due to inadequate storage facilities, lack of refrigeration, and proper transportation. Developed nations, on the other hand, tend to waste more food farther down the supply chain. Retailers order, display, or serve too much, while the consumers (you and me) allow food to spoil in the fridge, or toss out food before it expires.
Wasting food has an environmental toll as well. The resources required to produce food that ends in in the landfill is staggering. Producing food that no one eats uses as much water as the entire annual flow of Volga, Europe’s largest river, uses as much oil as 70 times the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. There is also waste from fish farms, slaughterhouses, and fishing vessels. If food waste were a country, it would be the third largest producer of greenhouse gasses on the world.
Every year, roughly six billion pounds of fruits and vegetables are unharvested or unsold, purely for aesthetic reasons. Food grade standards are set by the agriculture industry and grocery stores, which are extremely exacting. According to Rick Stein, Vice President of fresh foods at Food Marketing Institute, “It’s all about quality and appearance, and only the best appearance will capture share of the consumer’s wallet.” Some of the produce that doesn’t meet the standards will be donated to food banks, chopped up and used in supermarket’s prepared meals or salad bar, but most isn’t donated or recycled. Some markets in Europe and the US have recently implemented the sale of “ugly food” at a discount, but Stein believes there is a better solution: relaxing industry standards.
Tristram Stuart, an Englishman living in New York, runs an organization, Feedback, that campaigns against food waste. From meeting with farmers around the world to hear stories of how much of their crops go to waste for slight imperfections, to meeting with Peruvian members of congress to overturn laws that incentivize dumping excess food over donating it, to working on food waste reduction bills. Stuart is one of the most compelling figures in the international fight.
Stuart’s book, Waste, released in 2009, is his investigation into the true cost of what the global food industry throws away. Although the book was critically acclaimed, Stuart knew the data heavy book wouldn’t reach the scope of audience he wanted to reach. He wanted to impact millions.
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I was recently asked to write an article on medical cannabis. And to be honest, the thought of writing an article on such a serious subject, was a bit intimidating. An article wouldn't do it justice. I knew this wasn't a subject that could be completed when the paper ran out and was finalized with a period. However, while attending One World’s yoga festival, I approached a booth, Utah Residents for Medical Cannabis. They politely greeted me and asked me what I knew about medical cannabis. Now, if you had asked me that question a few weeks ago when the idea of writing an article on this exact subject hadn't crossed my mind yet, I would have said, with enthusiasm, "a lot!". But, after being asked to write this article, spending a few weeks thinking about the topic and debating the idea of writing about it, my reaction to this question was much different than expected. I didn't have an answer for them, I tried racking my brain for the first real fact that I knew about medical cannabis. What DID I really know about medical cannabis? To admit ignorance, I really didn't know much about it!
I have taken pride in the encouragement I have given to others through my writing to do real research and educate themselves on subjects, like this, that are considered taboo. That's when I knew I had to do just that, and figure out as much information as I could about medical cannabis and write this article so that others can be educated on this subject as well.
Let's start from the beginning. Cannabis has a strong history of medical use dating back thousands of years. Since hemp seed was food in ancient times, it was only a matter of time before they discovered the medical properties. The first written record of the use of cannabis was in 2727 BCE, the emperor of China recommended cannabis for constipation and gout among many other medical complications. The ancient Greeks, Romans, ancient Egypt and the Islamic empire all used the cannabis plant for even more medical complications. In 1545 cannabis spread to the western hemisphere and uses for cannabis continued to grow. Due to this growth of cannabis, small private studies began to show its benefits, these studies showed that cannabis does in fact have medical benefits that include: treating Glaucoma, controlling epileptic seizures, decreases anxiety, slows progression of Alzheimer’s, eases pain and muscle spasms, controls bowel diseases and many, many more benefits. Because of its popularity medical cannabis, in some states, has become legal and we have all heard or seen evidence of its benefits. So, where did cannabis become bad in the eyes of the federal government?
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So he created Feeding the 5,000, echoing Jesus’ instructions in John 6:12 to “gather the pieces that are left over. Let nothing be wasted”. Feeding the 5,000 would become Stuart’s flagship event - a free public feast made entirely of orphaned food. These gatherings would successfully be replicated in 30 cities.
Soon, Stuart would be giving speeches around the world and sharply criticizing the food industry’s most powerful players.
In 2013, Stuart spent a week in Kenya, hunting down ingredients for a formal dinner in Nairobi where the United Nations Environment Programme would highlight the problem of food waste. He met with a farmer that was forced by European industry standards to reject 40 tons a week of green beans, broccoli, sugar snap peas and runner beans. Enough food to feed 250,000 people! Stuart returned a year later with a camera crew to document farmers that were routinely losing half their harvest due to cosmetic standards. After Stuart’s organization, Feedback, publicized images of the rejected beans and exposed the underbelly of the supermarket industry’s standards, U.K. growers were ready to talk. The supermarkets relaxed some of their standards, and agreed to bear the cost if they cancelled orders. Not only would less food and fewer resources be wasted, but farmers might be able to plant fewer acres.
Feedback’s 2015 report on Kenyan green beans was just one achievement that year. By the end of 2015, the U.N. and the U.S. had pledged to cut food waste in half by 2030. Countries and companies are devising and adopting standardized metrics to quantify waste. If the target is met, enough food could be saved to feed at least one billion people.
Here are some tips to reduce your waste footprint:
Shop at stores that offer misshapen food at a discount.
Shop often. Buy only a few days produce at a time to reduce spoilage.
Freeze or can bruised fruit
Buy at farmer’s markets
Take home leftovers
Ask the waiter to hold extras, like bread and butter, that you don’t plan to eat.
Encourage restaurants to donate leftovers
Eat leftovers on a regular night each week
Source: National Geographic March 2016 “Want Not” by Elizabeth Royte
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Yoga means “To Yoke” to become one. Asana (Postures) Yoga was the very last to be introduced into the yogic philosophy and teachings. Actually it was developed to help students attain the at-one-ment that is the purpose of yoga. Yogic teachers in India, where yoga roots from, developed the physical asana practices as a means to the end… to help students become still, and abide in that sense of expanded awareness we sometimes call enlightenment or awakening or at one ment with Self. Infinite Self and human Self as one Self, when all is aligned and at one. In Ecstatic Yoga we offer a Yoga Nidra after every asana practice in support of entering into that Expanded Self… that eternal stillness that dwells within us all.
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Kimi spoke some Arabic and some English, but did not understand everything. He signed the statement they printed for him in English, trusting that it was correct, because he could not read it to know for sure. He waited and waited. Years went by. No news ever came. He remained here legally by working on approved work visas. He and wife were married this year. He was told he could reapply for his Green Card.
By now, he has learned to read and write, so when he reapplied, he read the statement he had signed before, and said, "This is not right." Because his statements from before and now differ, the immigration officials have advised him to get his own attorney, because South Sudanese have been reclassified as terrorists. He has an appointment with an immigration attorney for Tuesday. The attorney's fee is $250 per hour. We are going to proceed one hour at a time. OneWorld has compassionately offered to help Kimi by raising funds to cover the attorney costs to help get Kimi his Green Card so that he can remain in the U.S. with his family. We are very hopeful that this compassionate, experienced attorney will be able to show that Kimi is not a terrorist; and, that Kimi wants to become a South Sudanese American and bring his parents here from his war torn country. Kimi says,"Life is too hard without your parents."
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According to drugpolicy.org, in the early 1900's we saw an influx of immigration from Mexico, with them they brought cannabis. The media began to play on the fears the public had on the new citizens. The government, in an effort to keep tabs on the new citizens, decided they needed a reason to search, detain and deport Mexican immigrants. This excuse became marijuana. Their claim was that marijuana caused people of "color" to become violent and solicit sex from white women. This lead to the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 which banned its use and sales. But, it was ruled unconstitutional years later where it was then replaced with the Controlled Substance Act in the 1970's. This established "schedules" for the dangerousness of drugs and their addiction. Cannabis was listed as a Schedule I substance among the other drugs that were deemed most dangerous, most addictive and have no medical value. Other Schedule I substances are: heroin, LSD, meth and ecstasy.
Because cannabis is a Schedule I drug, funding to privately study cannabis for its medical benefits is very hard to get. You need clearance from the DEA to study it and they want you to use their cannabis plants. Without studying the long-term effects of cannabis to humans, the FDA will not clear cannabis for medical use and the FDA will not study the long-term effects of cannabis to humans if cannabis remains a schedule I drug. Therefore, as of right now, private studies are our only hope. If cannabis was to be reclassified it would mean it has a federally accepted medical use. Researchers would no longer need clearance from the DEA to study it, therefore funding to study cannabis would become much easier and the results of the studies could be brought before the FDA for clearance of medical use on a federal level.
The answer lies within changing the classification of cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule II or even a Schedule III. Rescheduling can be done by congressional or administrative action. Several bills have been submitted to Congress but have all di
I am not here to persuade you one way or the other, that's not what I believe in and that's not what this article was meant for. What I want, is for you to realize that there is a possibility that we may be ignorantly and unnecessarily sitting on a miracle drug, something that could tremendously help people in need. The truth is in the testing of cannabis. If we put aside our pride, religion, and anything else that is holding anyone back from supporting medical cannabis and came together in agreement of at least rescheduling and testing cannabis, I truly believe that the results of the testing would be shocking to those in doubt. We need to get involved, use our voices, speak up and make Congress hear our desires. And, as I mentioned, the truth will lie in the testing. We owe it to ourselves and those in need, to at least allow for the thorough testing of cannabis .
To write a letter to congress click here: https://www.utah.gov/government/contactgov.html
Sources: deamuseum.org, Wikipedia, drugpolicy.org, usatoday.com
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