“Somewhere Over The Rainbow…”
We all have dreams of how we want the world to be. ConSewVation believes we each can make profound impacts on the outcome we imagine. However each of us can, it is what gives meaning to life. For ConSewVation sake, Ms. SpoolTeacher is planning to save the planet, one fabric scrap at a time. That is what gives meaning in her life and she is sticking with it…teaching concepts of art in sewing, and spooling some art herself. (Haute Couture)
[“We are the music makers,
And we are the dreamers of dreams,
Wandering by lone sea-breakers,
And sitting by desolate streams;
World-losers and world-forsakers,
On whom the pale moon gleams:
Yet we are the movers and shakers
Of the world for ever, it seems.”
Arthur O’Shaughnessy’s 1874 poem ‘Ode’, from his Music and Moonlight collection. In that poem, which singles out poets and musicians as the bards that guide lay thinking, O’Shaughnessy coined the phrase ‘movers and shakers’.
The expression ‘movers and shakers’ is now most often applied to the rich and powerful in politics and business. In a year (2009) in which the movers and shakers of the financial world brought us to the brink of ruin, it is worth a thought as to who the original movers and shakers were.]
ConSewVation thinks we all play a part in how it all turns out. Whether you believe that our rare earth is millennia old or just a few thousand; it is amazing to think how quickly we sped to this place in time.
ConSewVation thinks we have a rare opportunity and that this is the best time ever to be part of this global play.
From Vision Magazine: “Creation is a physical arena for the perfecting of a spiritual condition: human character. This is a hard and sorrowful arena because we have chosen the experimental method of discovery to determine what works and what fails. And we have seen much failure, because we refuse to seek our Creator’s view of right character” (“Where is God?”)
We have a rare chance to really impact the course of reality. But only if we take the risk to talk about it. To talk honestly, openly, peacefully and consider everyone else as if they were as valuable as self.
“Get Up. Get Active. Tag. You’re It.” Thom Hartman