Show you are an *Earth Woman* or *Earth Man* that takes ecological actions everyday that help our planet - as well as Halloween.
As the Lorax spoke for the trees, Earth Woman and Earth Man also speaks for the animals of land, air and sea, and for the children of the future. Ecological songs, sing alongs, amazing science, magic words, green awards, mind melds, eco autographs, enviro fashion and EarthE money are explored in the eco future journeys you can take your friends and others on.
For some ideas see the pics of Earth Man Stele at XOEarth.org/xoearth-man/ and facebook.com/stele.ely. XOEarth.org
To love someone as much as you love the world is mind blowing and that is an ultimate blessing.
WILDFIRE A LOVE STORY is a very personal piece. It’s about the kind of love I always knew was possible, yet was hard to believe when it found me. It’s the love that can be met in a teacher, mentor, or lover. In my case, it is met in someone who is all of these to me. It’s the love that clears all fear that somehow we are unloved and unlovable because of something that happened. It’s pure love, like wildfire, that burns doubt to reveal the truth of an all-benevolent presence of which we are born and to which we die. We are lovable. We are loved. We are love.
For context, most of the images in WILDFIRE A LOVE STORY were taken at the big stump and the majority of those are of Megan Hollingsworth lying on the bottom of a giant sequoia cut in 1853. The images of Megan and a standing sequoia were taken not far from this sequoia along a path that invites Park visitors to explore the rest of the North Grove of Calaveras Big Trees.
Wildfire a love story is co-directed and edited by Frank A. Fuller Jr.