November 23, 2022

Stay Found November 23 New Moon Update

by Stephen Hobbs in wellth movement  | 0 Comments

Sharing insights posted via social media for November 8 through November 23, 2022.
Will post approximately every two weeks on the Full Moon and New Moon dates.
Note: I will go through iterations until I settle on the best format ))smiles

Today, includes:

  • Featured Thought - written for this post -- "How to Walk with Nature"
  • Summary: Articles, Videos, & Podcasts from Others - links live when posted
  • Images scattered throughout our WELLth Movement Social Media - as posted 
  • Articles, Videos, & Podcasts from  WELLTH Movement (WM) & International Mentoring Community (IMC) -- WM is the co-founder and administrator for IMC

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Sharing what's unfolding at WELLth Movement:
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Walking Among Crying Trees

Find a place
create a space
where you see the wonder 
where trees weep

Notice your noticing
the portraits of a tree,
a shrub, a winter tree

the forest landscapes
summer foliage
turning color

hear the stories
of mystery n history
see the scars

sense privacy
for celebration
walk the path home
do more than sigh

Alternatively, from the comfort of a chair, imagine your Walk with Nature to a place where you see:

Tree Crying
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Summary: Articles, Videos, & Podcasts from Others

The links were live when we posted this list

Puttin’ on the Ritz and improving well-being with #older adults through virtual music theatre

Why We Are Bringing Back the Lost #Aspen Forests of Scotland via @YouTube @MossyEarth

Which countries are the best equipped to support their senior citizens? We use data from the 2022 Natixis Global Retirement Index to show the best countries to retire in around the world, based on several different factors that we’ll dig into below.

Washing Away: The Arctic hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., is collapsing into the ocean as it loses up to a metre of coastline each year. The people who live there are in a race against time to preserve their way of life — and their community — before it is washed away. #perspective #life @theTyee

Found this presentation - I sit with a smile watching it - a welling of heart reaching my being - TU Anthony! "In search of inspiration: Anthony Willoughby at TEDxTokyo" #traveling #culture

Inside the billion-dollar meeting for the mega-rich who want to live forever "Hope, hype, and self-experimentation collided at an exclusive conference for ultra-rich investors who want to extend their lives past 100. I went along for the ride." Jessica Hamzelouarchive

Slocan Valley teacher receives CBEEN Award of Excellence. Local educator Rita Corcoran recently received the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) Award of Excellence #ecological literacy #online #thnakyou #celebration Sharon Bowes pic (eye in tree)

The Unphotographable: Jack Kerouac's Soaring Diary Entry About Self-Understanding and the Elemental Vastness of the Windblown World via @brainpicker

#Nature Is Always Listening: The Science of Mushrooms, #Music, and How Sound Waves Stimulate Mycelial Growth via @brainpicker

The Log from the Sea of Cortez: John Steinbeck's Forgotten Masterpiece on How to #Think and the Art of Seeing the #Pattern Beyond the Particular via @brainpicker @TheMarginalian #perspective #POV #patternrecognition #mapping #webofcorrespondence

The Biggest Wastes Of Time We Regret When We Get Older "There are things we all do, or don't do, that lead us to waste far more time than we realize in the moment." from Lifehacker by Kristin Wong

Visualizing the World’s Top Social Media and Messaging Apps

COP27 #Perspective #Ecologist By Dr Nicholas Beuret #Hope @TheEcologist

Brazil must 'fight like a forest' #Amazon By Elaine Brum

Young leaders restoring nature in Wales From Esther and Emily

UN Sustainability Development Goals - After reading them, which goal or two flicker like a neon diner sign? Now what?

There are 8 years left to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals, but is it enough time?

How climate change can help heal conflicts—not just fuel them ...Senegal... Increasingly, environmental cooperation is solving local conflicts around the world that are caused in part by global warming. By Pete Schwartzstein National Geographic

Scotland could become first ‘rewilded’ nation—what does that mean? A movement to return native flora and fauna to the Scottish Highlands is gaining steam. Here’s where travelers can see the work in action. #NationalGeographic

Suzanne Simard is known for her groundbreaking research on the belowground fungal networks that connect trees and facilitate inter-tree communication and interaction. We continue to explore Futures this week with another story on motherhood—this time within the world of trees. In this interview, Suzanne discusses her book Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest and shares her latest research on how Mother Trees recognize and support their kin. Podcast November 8 Here:

THE SERVICEBERRY: An Economy of Abundance by Robin Wall Kimmerer

#Regenerative #agriculture focuses on restoring and maintaining biologically healthy soil. It takes its cues from nature, which has a long record of successfully growing things. By recarbonizing soils via photosynthesis and biology, regenerative agriculture produces healthy food, protects watersheds, strengthens ecological and cultural diversity, and expands economic resilience. It is a low-cost “shovel-ready”, solution to climate change. It can restore degraded land. It can feed the world. Regenerative agriculture has ancient origins and is the foundation of Indigenous and traditional food systems worldwide.

The Universe as an Infinite Storm of Beauty: John Muir on the Transcendent Interconnectedness of Nature “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.”

Are You Sure You Want to Retire? by Dr. John Demartini #meaningful #inspiration #storysharing #65

Nature Conservancy of Canada to buy island off western P.E.I. and give it to the Mi'kmaq Kwesawe’k or Oulton’s Island sits in Cascumpec Bay near Alberton

COP27 Has Its First-Ever Youth Envoy And it’s only the first step. Children deserve to be empowered in the fight for creating a healthy environment. #perspective #nature #children

When landscapes come alive: ‘New weird’ stories speculate about the eerie natural world in a climate crisis #films #movies

Resources for teachers & instructors... Building climate knowledge into what schools teach

Remembering Yi-Fu Tuan: The most influential scholar you’ve never heard of... Referred to as the father of humanistic geography, his most influential works dealt with the concepts of space, place and sense of place.

Nick Cave on Music, Mystery, and the Relationship Between Vulnerability and Freedom via @brainpicker

How To Identify Trees From A Distance #autumn #USA The presenter references other ways to identify trees - learn your land!

HEALTHCARE Charted: Healthcare Spending and Life Expectancy, by Country

The Temple of Flora: Stunning Illustrations of Flowers Inspired by Erasmus Darwin's Radical Scientific Poem About the Sexual Reproduction of Plants via @brainpicker

How to Be a Swimmer in the Stream of Time: Poet, Painter, and Philosopher Etel Adnan on the Antidote to Disorientation and Isolation via @brainpicker

Koalas, parrots, frogs and orchids share our cities. Their fate depends on protecting each one’s habitat, not just 30% of all land by Simon Kilbane #Australia

TRUST IN LOVE - It's time to follow your heart - from @GreenRenaissance

A time to sense them - see them - appreciate them... The #Birds Of #Alberta: Bird Identification Alberta In 2022 #sparrow #greaterprairiechicken #owl #robin #blackbird more...

Hey Man, Meet You in the Shed via @TheTyee For older men, mental health can be a struggle. Here’s how thousands built their way out.

Visualizing Changes in COâ‚‚ Emissions Since 1900 by Bruno Venditti

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