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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

OMG + activism

for years i've been obsessed with great apes, particularly orangutans. cutest things ever. and, sadly, endangered. my mum sent me these photos and i had to share. can you stand them?

over the past few days activism has been on my mind night and day for various reasons. however, i haven't had the time to truly share all i'm feeling and experiencing on the blog. look for a heartfelt post forthcOMing and, in the interim, please enjoy these darling photos and consider adopting your own orangutan at orangutan outreach. i adopted dodo 1-2 years ago. love. him.

wishing you a wonderful wednesday full of good deeds and belly laughs.
oh, a REMINDER that the 4-week tranquility project e-course launches tonight! over the moon to share this with our exciting participants from all over the world.

finally, happy, happy birthday to guest blogger samara. wishing her (and YOU) a sparkly day! off to internship.


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Unknown said...

Happy Birthday, Samara!
I'm so excited about the Tranquility Project!
And activism is always great, especially for those of us who don't have a voice, like non-human animals! Have heard about palm oil and how it is effecting orangutan population?

Britt Bravo said...

Related to activism, I put up a post last week asking for suggestions of people who have big visions for a better world to interview for the Big Vision Podcast, and a woman named Kathi nominated you.

She wrote:

"I would definitely suggest Kimberly Wilson.

She is a fabulous entrepreneur/author/yogini/ that always keeps the environment in mind with her yoga studio designs, clothing line materials, and planting trees for each class pass sold. Her podcasts are terrific and she is a great interviewee."

You can see a list of other big visionaries who were suggested here.

Yolanda said...

I'm in love with your photos, they are priceless! :) and looking forward to your post on activism.


Gina said...

Happy Birthday Samara!

Kimberly, I signed up for the e-course a bit earlier today. This is the first e-course I've ever taken, and I'm thrilled that it will be with you.