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Welcome to our blog! Here we share ideas and new discoveries related to actively building an emerging more positive world. We also share about our personal experiences as we navigate these times of worldwide transformation.
We don’t need coercion, suppression, or war, but we do need structure upon which to base our communities and ways of exchange. Hence it is essential to replace systems which are no longer in alignment with the frequencies of this planet, and are disintegrating. Transitioning into new ways of living may come at great costs or may happen seamlessly. It is up to us. Our simple task is to rebuild almost everything we need :-) – food systems, the way we deal with land, health services, trade systems, technologies and infrastructures of all types. There is so much to do.
We appreciate your contributions not only out in the world and in your local communities, but we would also like to invite you to share about your work and experiences here on this blog in the form of a guest post, esp. if your business or initiative is already featured on this website. Simply click on the Contact Us button and let us know what you would like to write, or make a video about etc. Thank you for being here in these times!

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Under the sky of Zimbabwe

What to say when there is so much to share? Shall I tell you about the shower rock in the bush near the house to which we come every evening one by one to

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Herbal hitchhiking by Pigi Irene Ilia

The pine tree seems to listen, the fir tree to wait: and both without impatience–they give no thought to the little people beneath them devoured by their impatience and their curiosity.  – Friedrich Nietzsche

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At last – Meeting in the Spanish Pyrenees

Filming & photography: Pigi Irene Ilia & Kate PriestleyVideo editing: Pigi Irene IliaMusic by Owen Hanner – full song: see music video – website: www.owenhanner.com (recently redesigned by Kate) After almost two years of collaborating remotely

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Africa – A different picture

A story… When I was still living in Newfoundland, Canada, I took a very unconventional and interdisciplinary study program in which I was joined by a small group of young people from a large

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