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******* March 2009 news from Barbara.
MARCH 20, THE EQUINOX and the SOLAR WAVE
MARCH 22, INTERNATIONAL WATER DAY
WATER FOR SUDAN
The March 20, EQUINOX is 7:44 a.m. New York Time.
World Clock will help convert your time.
At the moment of the Equinox, will you send peace to our
Peace. Peace. Peace. This world needs Peace.
I intend to be at the United Nations in New York City to help ring the Peace Bell.
March 20, the Equinox is also the The 15th Annual SOLAR WAVE
2009, organized yearly by Aluna Joy.
She asks you to begin with a sunrise prayer and ceremony in whatever way pleases you. Plan an event in your living room, or fill a stadium! Aluna Joy says to remember to act locally, but think globally.
She says, together we will create a 24-hour tidal wave of powerful, transforming, healing light, creating a positive vision for a brilliant future....At equinox sunrise, give the world ALL the LIGHT,LOVE and COMPASSION you have.
March 22 is INTERNATIONAL WORLD WATER DAY.
If you are at a lake or river or stream or ocean, please gather a bit of water, bless this water, and then return the water to its home.
If you are not at a lake, river, stream, or ocean, then take a bit of water from whatever source is available to you, bless this water, and then drink the water at the same time you are thinking that nearly 80% of the human body is made up of water, and you are drinking the blessed water while thinking of all humanity.
Remember, All is One.
Whatever you do affects all.
Water, when blessed, when given love, attempts to bring its molecules into perfect alignment. Scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto has proved this.
WATER FOR SUDAN is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to bring fresh, clean water to the people of rural southern Sudan. With new and improved drilling equipment, the organization aims to drill up to 35 wells per year. As of August 2008, it has drilled 29 wells and provided over 80,000 people with uncontaminated drinking water. http://www.waterforsudan.org/
Salva Dut, founder of the Water For Sudan, was one of 17,000 Walking Boys of Sudan who fled the war-torn southern region of Sudan. He escaped when he was just 11 years old. He is now in his 30ís, living in the United States, and returns to Sudan to drill for water for the benefit of his former countrymen.
Peace, Love, and Light,