Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Have we not got enough?

Have we not got enough?

It never ceases to amaze me just how much luxury we all currently have, both material objects and levels of longevity. Well of course that is not the case for the majority actually, though to us in the west it would appear to be the case. The real truth is that almost 80% of the worlds populations have very little of these commodities, and their lives are often cut prematurely short through hunger and disease. Kind of odd wouldn't you say? That 20% of the people of the world have more than enough and may not even realise their good fortunes. A conundrum indeed, do we need more or do we need less (to share more)?

The undertones of the issue I see, are the feelings of not-enough-ness. A supposed lack of Abundance. People seem to think that in having more (mostly material things) they will somehow escape the feelings of not being enough. The evidence is however, that many if not the majority of these poor souls never reach a point of satisfaction. They continually strive for more and newer gadgets and clothes and wealth. Now I am not here to criticize any of this, simply to point out a few fundamental facts, that may be escaping these people, and potentially direct us all to a way of peace and freedom from the outcomes of this preoccupation. (Who's eventualities end in mental dis-ease and many other devastating physical health symptoms)

1. The items we strive after, are intrinsically dead. They are lifeless, motionless, without animation, created by destroying that which is living. Its a type of necrophilia to be killing the living earth and creating lifeless gadgets and other material objects. No-one (not even me) would argue that some of these items CAN have a beneficial purpose and serve us well. They are tools to give us ease of life and help us to be able to achieve many more tasks and objectives than we previously were able to achieve in our lives or certain time-frames. However we are all aware of many things that we hardly ever use, but do very little about this if we are honest. We stick them in cupboards and attics and garages and sheds and containerized storage facilities, for a day that often never arrives. My grandmother had plates and crockery which I never actually remember her using, and when she died all that happened was that the family argued and fought over who got what. And for what? So that they could also stick it away in another drawer, cupboard and garage....

I hope that you see what I'm saying. Billions of created (dead) objects are not even serving any useful purpose at all, except possibly the occasional reminder of a loved one. We all know someone who's house is so full of 'things' that their life is cramped and challenged by fear of someone stealing their dead goods. If we were actually using this stuff, then it wouldn't feel so destructive and harmful to mother nature. But in the main we all do this. We take and we take and we give little mind to what the effects of our wanting/taking will have on her. 


2. We really don't need all of these things to have a happy life. Before they were invented, we managed. We made the best of our situations and got on with appreciating Nature and our natural environment, the beauty in it and how to enjoy it. Gatherings with friends, shared meals, sharing of tools and equipment, resources and the abundance of mother earth. 

An example of this:
In rural communities the farmers would employ the local people to produce the crops and when harvest time came, even the villagers whom usually had other jobs, businesses, pretty well all gave a hand to bring in the sheaves. This provided unity of purpose, a shared income, and meaningful work for many people.
When mechanised farming came in, the farmer needed less farm hands, was able to create more product from less resources of labour and create larger profits. (The debate about profits/loss can go on all year, and I'm certainly not inferring farmers were/are greedy and therefore the cause of the suffering) But people were the ones to lose out in this scenario, and also the earth. Because labour wasn't needed so regularly and tractors, combined harvesters and ploughs, harrows and crop-sprayers used resources of the planet to be made. And then buildings to house them. (Have you also noted the amounts of old rusting, rotting machinery there is laying around in farm yards/buildings? These could have long since been recycled)

3. The clothes, shoes, jewellery, ornaments, make-ups, perfumes, designer things, named brands and technology have all come at the cost of using natures stored resources, and not always in very environmentally friendly ways. I too like some of these items and get great satisfaction from having their service. But it bothers me, that we as a race, have not really considered the long term damages we have wrought in having these things. Our wants have overtaken sense and reason, our needs have given us almost no conscience for the results of this action. We need to see that coexistence and longevity as human beings and Nature is a fine line that cannot be crossed without huge impacts.

A great friend of mine and a psychic, Mandy Peterson recently wrote an article likewise describing this very phenomena and what she considered the causes to be, and noting the increasingly damaging side affects of such behaviour. We have both actually been championing this very issue for many years. The ways in which it has become so evident that we, human beings are causing the majority of this problem is clearly documented in scientific studies and ecological research. Al Gore, Severn Cullis Suzuki, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace are amongst the main body of action being taken to re-balance this caustic behaviour. And others like Mandy, Radical Routes, Abundant Earth Community, P4eace, Fellowship of Intentional Communities, Diggers and Dreamers (and the groups/communities and organisations they champion) and many many more are all taking positive steps towards de-cluttering the earth of the materialism and its cruel harmfulness towards Nature.

As a warrior for change and respect for Nature I have cut down significantly on using carbon energy. I make more informed choices now with regards purchasing products (which does not mean, buying nothing) so that I can have a clearer understanding about how these actions have impacted on physical resources. I am not totally against people benefiting from creating items for people to use, nor in favour of suddenly closing factories. But I am saying that I have seen other ways of providing things that have less impact on the planet and communities. I also gave up collecting huge stores of material items and now I share the things I had previously and keep little more than what serves me daily. I don't own a car either. That way I don't need to impact on using petrol (who's companies destroy and harm the planet more than most) need insurance (another largely greedy commercial enterprise) nor roads already laid. I ride a bicycle and walk everywhere I can, and I occasionally ride in a car or on a bus or train. I buy foods from local enterprises and check that they have acquired them from greener sources as much as is humanly possible. I work to support myself, which as I have little outgoings, is far easier than before. Which gives me some free time to pay attention to the beauty all around me. Walking is a fantastic way to see Nature and engage with it and reconnect with the beauty it shares for free. Travelling at speed means that we miss most of this engagement.
I recount the above measures I have taken merely to highlight what is possible and not to say anything heroic about these actions. There are many more besides. It is far easier though to go with what everyone else does, but it would not be the right thing to do. As I have seen the benefits of this choice, I wanted to share the idea that I am helping to implement here in Lincolnshire. It is presently called the Abundant Earth Community. Please check out the google group, read the blog entries and share whatever you can if you feel the passion to help create sustainable alternatives for our futures.

And please remember, that you are enough. Without all the trappings of the world and its greedy, selfish negligence of the planet.


Love, peace, light an harmony.


Sunday, 20 October 2013

Love, the preferred lens.

Love, the preferred lens.

I'm prepared to go out on a limb here and say, Love is the best way to see the world. It is the most incredible lens available to any of us through which to experience the world we live upon, and the one that we create with our own thoughts, words and actions.

I would note also that this is not a new idea by any means. The Beatles sang about it in the 1960's through popular music. 'Love is all you need'. Many musical bands have echoed it's power in the themes of so many songs. One of my favourites is 'The power of Love', by Frankie goes to Hollywood.

There is even a well known phrase that says, 'looking at the world through rose coloured glasses', which is all about lenses and how they can alter the way we see what is before us. Then is it any wonder that the world we live in is often coloured, themed, or even created by the lens we choose to look at it with?

If love was all there is, I believe the world generally would be a fairer and more honest place. I have reason to withhold claims of absolutes here, hence why I say 'more'. I feel sure that where love is engaged, as in the case of someone like Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Dr. Martin Luther King, John Lennon and Malala Yousafzai, then the most amazing transformations will occur in public awareness. Who would argue these peoples having affected the world around them by that love, compassion, empathy and dedication to pursue their life's work with gusto? Malala is still a young woman in her teens, and yet it can be seen in her eyes, the love by which she creates the world she wishes to be a part of.

Let's take a quick look at what love is defined as in the dictionary. (Collins Online)
(Please scan the Dictionary entries and hurry past if you wish to read the article more quickly. They are entered as a tool for reference mainly, for people who may not have access to quick reference places, and not to patronize anyone)

love (lʌv



  1. tr to have a great attachment to and affection for
  2. tr to have passionate desire, longing, and feelings for
  3. tr to like or desire (to do something) very much
  4. tr to make love to
  5. intr to be in love


    1. an intense emotion of affection, warmth, fondness, and regard towards a person or thing
    2. (as modifier) ⇒ love song, love story
  1. a deep feeling of sexual attraction and desire
  2. wholehearted liking for or pleasure in something
  3. (Christianity)
    1. God's benevolent attitude towards man
    2. man's attitude of reverent devotion towards God
  4. Also: my love. a beloved person: used esp as an endearment
  5. (British, informal) a term of address, esp but not necessarily for a person regarded as likable
  6. (in tennis, squash, etc) a score of zero
  7. See in love

related adjective


Word Origin

Old English lufu; related to Old High German luba; compare also Latin libēre (originally lubēre) to please


= adore, care for, treasure, cherish, prize, worship, be devoted to, be attached to, be in love with, dote on, hold dear, think the world of, idolize, feel affection for, have affection for, adulate, LUV,
= enjoy, like, desire, fancy, appreciate, relish, delight in, savour, take pleasure in, have a soft spot for, be partial to, have a weakness for, LUV,
= cuddle, neck, kiss, pet, embrace, caress, fondle, LUV, canoodle
= liking, taste, delight in, bent for, weakness for, relish for, enjoyment, devotion to, penchant for, inclination for, zest for, fondness for, soft spot for, partiality to, LUV
= beloved, dear, dearest, sweet, lover, angel, darling, honey, loved one, sweetheart, truelove, dear one, leman, inamorata or inamorato, LUV,
= greetings, regards, compliments, best wishes, good wishes, kind regards, LUV

Maybe it's no surprise then, that with so much affection, heart, endearment, humanity, warmth, compassion, fellow feeling, tenderness and fondness, that the world would be considered a lovely place to be. Is this not the way you see the world? Is there another reality in place that negates this view of the world around us? 

Arguably the world is not a very nice place to be at the moment. Or indeed for a very long time in history. Certainly not one that can be thoroughly described in the above terms. War has been a constant feature of every decade in our history to date, at least in some part of the globe. Atrocities are rife, people live in fear and concern for the well-being of their loved ones, themselves and any property that they own. Not one country is left unaffected by a number of these social issues. So my observation is this. The majority of the world (Human beings) do not see the world through the lens of love nor create with that lens either. If they had, would we be here at this time, in a global financial crisis with numerous wars around the planet, and a constant war on terrorism? I hardly think so.

So what are the other potential lenses that are in use today? Would you like for me to name a few and show how looking at the world through these lenses can and possibly has created the very problems that we all face?

The lens of hatred.
I think that many people can agree that hatred is the complete opposite of love in the case of what we are discussing here.
Hatred is:



  1. a feeling of intense dislike; enmity

Yes it does read like the world of today doesn't it? Gladly the above named people saw/see the world from a different place, to have shown us a better way, a clearer more hopeful vision. But if we are using this hatred as the lens by which to view our world, is it any wonder that so much suffering is being perpetuated as we discuss this issue? We aren't talking about some long ago historical event are we? Nor a fear of some future one, we are saying what we observe in the present day world.

The lens of power.
I love this quotation so much, I'm going to use it again. I think it came from Jimi hendrix, or from that era at the very least. (www.jimihendrix.com/‎)

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, then the world will finally know peace".
Jimi Hendrix (1942 - 1970)

What is power?



  1. ability or capacity to do something
  2. often plural a specific ability, capacity, or faculty
  3. political, financial, social, etc, force or influence
  4. control or dominion or a position of control, dominion, or authority
  5. a state or other political entity with political, industrial, or military strength
  6. a person who exercises control, influence, or authority ⇒ he's a power in the state
  7. a prerogative, privilege, or liberty
    1. legal authority to act, esp in a specified capacity, for another
    2. the document conferring such authority
    3. a military force
    4. military potential
  8. (mathematics)
    1. the value of a number or quantity raised to some exponent
    2. another name for exponent (sense 4)
  9. (statistics) the probability of rejecting the null hypothesis in a test when it is false. The power of a test of a given null depends on the particular alternative hypothesis against which it is tested
  10. (physics, engineering) a measure of the rate of doing work expressed as the work done per unit time. It is measured in watts, horsepower, etc P
    1. the rate at which electrical energy is fed into or taken from a device or system. It is expressed, in a direct-current circuit, as the product of current and voltage and, in an alternating-current circuit, as the product of the effective values of the current and voltage and the cosine of the phase angle between them. It is measured in watts
    2. (as modifier) ⇒ a power amplifier
  11. the ability to perform work
    1. mechanical energy as opposed to manual labour
    2. (as modifier) ⇒ a power mower
  12. a particular form of energy ⇒ nuclear power
    1. a measure of the ability of a lens or optical system to magnify an object, equal to the reciprocal of the focal length. It is measured in dioptres
    2. another word for magnification
  13. (informal) a large amount or quantity ⇒ a power of good
  14. plural the sixth of the nine orders into which the angels are traditionally divided in medieval angelology


  1. to give or provide power to
  2. to fit (a machine) with a motor or engine
  3. intr (slang) to travel with great speed or force

See also

Word Origin

C13: from Anglo-Norman poer, from Vulgar Latin potēre (unattested), from Latin posse to be able

This entry says something about my theory.
  1. Control or dominion or a position of control, dominion, or authority.

If we are looking at the world through this particular lens, we can say that dominion over or the position of control has a lot to do with an aim of using certain energies to demand an outcome. Suppose for example that someone wanted to dictate a particular outcome, of maybe their personal gain in an event. They could exert certain power over others if that was required, in order for their aims to be met. Relying on mere hope, or chance might leave the person bereft if they were determined to have the result they wanted. If they were not depending upon others for the assistance, then they would have to rely solely on their own resources for the outcome.
If the topic/subject is larger, a group, a workforce, a country or a race for example, then maybe more power is needed to bring about the aims of the few. A boss that wanted more time spent on producing a particular item, would require more powers of persuasion to encourage his staff to stay late every day, to get the product out in time for the customer. They might not see the value to them of doing this voluntarily. He might have to offer more money, better conditions and incentives, or he could just hang the doubt and uncertainty for continued employment over the workforce. (Many have done this, so don't laugh, too hard) So we begin to see, that for outcomes to match those of some people or groups, power often needs to be wielded to gain that result. The type of power can vary, and what that power consists of and whom and how it can affect others too. Sadly we have seen in our own history just what a misuse of power can and has done to society and civilizations. If we saw the world in these terms, and through this lens, maybe we would likewise be directly contributing to the pain of global issues.

The lens of money. (The biggie)

I feel sure everyone knows what money is. But do we know what it does? Like the previous lens, money can potentially have really negative affects. The world is seeing this over recent years particularly strongly. If money was used to the advantage of people, societies and civilization, then I hardly think we would even be discussing this topic. Fairness and happiness would be the rule not the exception. (I'm not even beginning to describe the world as having absolutely no happiness) Money is the foundation upon which all commerce happens these days, except in enlightened societies. But who owns/controls that money has a huge bearing upon what it does and whom it serves. If we look at the world through the lens of money, we find that everything has a specific value, a price. Sadly human life is not at the top of this list though. Nor is decency, respect, honesty or transparency. Everything about this lens is cloudy. We are seeing only the poor light that comes through it, which indicates we need more things that money can buy. And to do this we need to work more or harder or longer and more dedicatedly. In reality what we actually become are slaves to money. Money buys materialism but it also buys debt. Or better said indebtedness to the system and the ones controlling that debt. 


So I think that is enough of a provocation for now, to cause a shift in our thinking patterns. Please ask yourselves, as I have done, which lens gives the best view? Which will lead to greater awareness and eventual happiness? The lens of Love is what I choose, I hope that you will too.....!

Love, Light, Peace and Harmony.

Peaceful Warrior.

A note from the author.
I do not mean to imply that there is no love in the world, quite the opposite. I hope that the reader can see my aim is to reveal only an observation of things and not be overtly judgemental about other peoples actions and motives. I simply offer a chance to look at things with another perspective.

Friday, 18 October 2013

Abundant Earth Community.

It has almost nothing to do with me, and absolutely everything to do with you...!

Objectives, goals.

To re-invest in nature and people. To create a sustainable Micro-Nation, ('Intentional Community,') based upon common ethos' of co-operation, love, peace and collective well-being. To promote spiritual awareness in the collective actions, and produce food and provide shelter in a safe and sustainable environment. To create spaces for groups, workshops and small business's to be working with the environment rather than against it. To provide initiative development in the local community with low impact, carbon friendly procedures and training ideas. To create a model of sustainability living in an almost completely 'off grid' sense. To provide spaces for skill sharing ideas of other local groups and organizations, such as LincolnShare, Revival, Hack-space LincolnSocial Science Centre, and the Friends Cooperative amongst others. To grow food and make other products to be bartered for other requirements and needs of the community. And finally to show unequivocally that a life of less personal material wealth can be the most fundamental way to experience human happiness.


Love, light, peace and harmony.

So how does this work? Sounds like a great idea doesn't it? But how does this idea become a reality, in today's world? The truth is I don't have all the answers. Who could? BUT, the truth also is, that YOU do have all the answers. Collectively, you, the readers and the people crying out for a better fairer world, do in fact have all the answers and all of the solutions. So surely what we the collective, as a cooperative movement can do, is bring these things together and focus our intentions into a trial community and investigate the potential for human kindness in sharing. How I see this working in principle is, that firstly people kindly offer their suggestions. Then we have a short series of discussions about the feasibility of a joint venture. And subsequently we pool our ideas and connections to bring a demonstration of collective positivity to bear, in action. We make the dream come true by acting on our collective ideas and sharing what we have available to us in common. 

Sadly the world is in crisis. We'd have to be fools not to have noticed. But we don't have to give in to despair. We can act and create a new reality, if we are not satisfied with the one we have. I think it is patently obvious that the current system is not only failing, but sunk. Politicians and banks and commerce keep telling us the recession is over and all is tickerty boo.... I would like to believe this, because it might give us more time to prepare for the aftermath of a collapse of our current system. These above mentioned groups are constantly filling their coffers whilst the poorer of society get austerity. What we are failing to realize is that you cannot prop up a system controlled by money, with yet more money indefinitely. Fiat money is created out of thin air. It is as invisible as that air, and actually less beneficial than air. (We can breath air, but not money) The system we live under is not only controlling us, but taking away all of our liberties as well. In the dead of the night they alter our laws of freedom and replace them with others that take away our right to choose.

If you  would like to have another option, then please get involved with the Abundant Earth Community and help one another and yourself too, to bring alternatives into the world. 

A good friend of mine and the project, Angela Porter, wrote/compiled a piece that I wish to share with you all. It is from something written about Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple. Although I'm not a big fan of huge corporations, it describes the mentality of the 'winners' as Steve undoubtedly would be considered by a lot of people. Have a read and see what you think.

Inspiration from the life of Steve Jobs

Taken from - ‘How to think like Steve Jobs’ - Daniel Smith.

Love him, hate him - either way, we can learn from him.....

Be an outsider:

For a man who attained enormous wealth he did a remarkable good job to avoid just becoming another white, middle aged man in a suit - he persuaded us that by buying Apple, we were taking a step towards asserting our own individuality and creativity... He believed that an outsider was truthfully what he was..

Follow your own road:

‘Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition’.

Meet the right people:

‘Innovation comes from people meeting up in the hallways or calling each other at 10.30 at night with a new idea, or because they realised something that shoots holes in how we’ve been thinking about a problem’. 

Find friends on the same wavelength/ask questions/network. 

‘Technology is nothing. What’s important is that you have faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they’ll do wonderful things with them’.

‘Mine’ your life experiences:

‘Expose yourself to the best that things that humans have done so you can bring that experience into whatever it is you do’.

Be a survivor:

Always have a plan/stick to your guns/share what you need to/ (but keep your secrets safe) Seize opportunity/never stand still/Dream Big/look around for inspiration:

Small thinkers never do big things’

Build beautiful:

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do’.

Take pride/demand perfection/stay focused. Build a winning team: Don’t lose your cool/don’t lose perspective. 

Master the money (so it doesn’t master you):

‘Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me.... going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful.... that’s what matters to me’

Be fair/share and share alike/watch your bottom line.  

Don’t sideline design:

‘Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected‘ Keep it simple/evolve - iterate - improve/remember, there is no such thing as a bad idea..

Sell the dream:

‘Think different’

‘Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. they’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do
by TBWA/Chiat/Day for Apple.

Turn adversity into advantage:

‘Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick, don’t lose faith’.

Know when to tear up the blueprints/create the space for creativity (the system is that there is no system) trust your instincts.... but respect your customers.

Re-imagine the market place, we’re always thinking about new markets we could enter’.

Establish a work-life balance:

‘Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work’.

‘We don’t get a chance to do that many things, and every one should be really excellent. Because this is our life. Life is brief, and then you die, you know?’

‘I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself, ‘if today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “no” for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something’.

Thank you Angela, thank you Steve Jobs.

I particularly like the comment:

“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
Apple Inc.

Now I'm not even going to begin to compare this venture with Steve Job's Apple. But what I do see is this. To some people, my dream, the idea being put forward is crazy. It could be considered way too utopian/idealistic and therefore impossible. But if you read what I did in the above comments, it is the crazy that actually do change the world. Visions, and dreams play a big part in change. The observable changes of the past show that when a replacement was needed, things did change. The problem for us was that what replaced it was almost, if not as corrupt as what preceded it. Few would argue we don't need change now, be that for the environment or for the financial state of the world. Let's replace it with LOVE. A way of sharing that is not all about money. I would like this project to be about all that is best in human beings. About their kindness, their loyalty, their inspired ideas and their compassionate giving and sharing. And not just to me but to one another, with love. 

Below is a rough idea of the key points of the proposal. I invite anyone/everyone to offer thoughts and ideas about what could make it work and whom it could serve. You already know that I would like it to serve everyone, but I recognise that mighty Oaks come form tiny acorns. The Abundant Earth Community is at present based in Lincoln/Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. There are already similar ideas and projects established and underway all around the world, and we the people who are coming together already have been and will continue to draw strength and ideas from them.


Set up requirements.

Location : Potentially close to the city on farm or open common land. Locate/acquire land, space or buildings that can accommodate the various aims of the community. (5 – 100 acres.) A site with access to water (i.e. river, lake) potentially close to woodland and established wildlife. A site very close to or within the city itself would be ideal.

Project Aims : A basic agreed upon constitution to explain with transparency the joint goals, aims, terms and conditions of the collective ethos. Who does what, and who is responsible for the decision processes. What type of structure the cooperation takes to include individuality. An indication of what each member brings to the collective and how resources are to be shared. Entertainments for the collective diversity. A description of the short and longer term goals.

Resources : Land. Water. Communal building, living area. Private living spaces. Sleeping accommodation. Food sources. Food storage (containers) Fuel sources, heating, cooking, lighting. Building materials. Equipment. Health responsibilities, doctor, dentist etc.

Members : People living at the site.
                            People who can visit freely.
                            Associated members
                            (other interest groups and collaborators)

Collaborators : Local groups, Organizations. Support groups. Service users.

Administration : Who is the administration. How will this be done and with what resources.

Financial Aspects : Trustees of joint bank accounts. Income sources. How is any money used or distributed. Taxes. Financial commitments.

Promotions : How does the community collaborate and share information with the wider world. What methods, and who will take the responsibilities of this task.

Time Frame : Proposed targets of the venture. Feasibility study, draft outlines and conception ideals.

SWOT and PESTLE analysis and risk assessments considered, for community and individuals.

I sincerely hope that you will get in touch with any one of our team and share your comments ideas and positive assistance, get involved directly with setting this up, or share the links and ideas with as many people as you can. Help us to help others create an 'abundance' for everyone. 

Love, light, peace and harmony.