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Photo: (C)2019 ElizaBeth Coira. Meditation on the Wenatchee River, Leavenworth, Washington, USA.
How might things change if we thought of the earth, all life as divine?
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Gray whales have been washing up on the west coast of the United States lately, and no one knows precisely why…but it’s no secret that we humans, or at least some of we humans, are taking more than our fair share. Over the past month, on two separate camping trips to different areas of the Washington coast, I sadly encountered two different gray whales dead, washed ashore.
Life is sacred, magnificent, beautiful in all forms. Shall we find a better way, for us all, together…
Photo: (C) 2019 ElizaBeth Coira. Gray whale washed ashore dead, near Grayland, Washington, USA, May 2019.
Please enjoy my article and photos for the March/April 2019 Edition of the Loon Lake Times
Walk a While with Me Friend
The Women’s March Continues for a Third Year in Eastern Washington
By ElizaBeth Coira
How do you choose to honor our democracy?
How do you choose to advance “we the people”?
How do you choose to strengthen and grow our beautiful nation whole?
In the shivery, wintery days of late January this year, Americans across the nation showed up and spoke out. For the third year in a row the Women’s Marches convened in response to a rising sense of tyranny, taking ever deeper root in our national governance, while threatening to divide and separate us here at home. In eastern Washington we the people gathered January 19th in both Spokane and Chewelah to indeed honor our democracy, and express our concerns over issues that include women’s rights, human rights, immigration policy, accessible healthcare, economic and social justice, environmental protection, governmental corruption and fraud, and so much more. Thank you to those that marched for so many reasons yet united, in our desire to evolve our society and find a better way, for the greater good…for us all. Continue reading