Give a Living Rose

Has someone changed your life for the better?







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Give a Living Rose of Gratitude

Update: They made a tv show called Give a Living Rose and at the time I was sent this info by my friend, Monya Clayborn, they were asking for stories from people who wanted to thank someone who had made a positive difference in their life. Since then, the website does not load and I’m assuming the show is over now. I did find one video on youtube taking about the show. Who knows? Maybe it will come back round again.

About Giving a Living Rose

I met Monya Clayborn while filming her pilot called “Hopeful Times”. It’s an idea to create a tv show that focuses on being of service and I loved the idea. So far, only a trailer
has been filmed but I have high hopes of seeing Hopeful Times on tv at some point in the future. Monya is a woman who is driven by a vision of making positive change in the world. And she has a new show out that I just love.

I wanted to share it with you here.

It’s called Give a Living Rose and it is hosted by Kelly Lang. You can see excerpts of Kelly’s own thank you to T.G. Shepherd.

The concept is this: People whose lives have been changed in a major, positive way by the kindness, guidance or inspiration of another share their stories and give a meaningful gift back to the person who helped them. It’s such a wonderful idea.

Do you know someone who has changed your life is some notable, positive way? Would you like to say thanks and pay tribute to that special person who graced your life path?

Camping in Monaco and Sunflower Rapture

Camping in Monaco – A Rapture of Sunflowers










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Susan Grace, Dancing Around the World

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This is the second soul adventure post from my friend, Susan Grace. Her first post talked mostly about the intentional community at
Damanhur
Then, she was off to Monaco and on to Lourdes. She says of Damanhur:

Damanhur – very well run community – very focused community – very Atlantis.
Had a lovely stay there though didn’t resonate strongly with it. they have the same ideology most of us do – sustainability, life for all, all is connected, etc. they are also strongly centered on research and the new human along the line of the traditional Atlantis sacred language, dance, art, healing. they are holding a strong energy for our emerging planet and i respect them deeply for that.

Left there driving through the french alps popping out on the other side in Monaco.

Damanhur – Monaco…what a contrast!

On to Frejus. What a pleasant place. Then, boating along the coast of Cannes, visiting an island run by monks, snorkeling for my first time! Fun, fun, fun.

Left Frejus, headed for Lourdes.

We borrowed a tent and finally used it on a southern France mediterranean beach. Glorious, simply glorious. Best tent ever! It sets up in 2 seconds. It folds into a round about 3 foot apart. You remove one piece of elastic and it jumps up into a complete tent instantly. Amazing. Sleeps 2 people comfortably and easily could sleep one more person. Great fire and delicious picnic dinner to the symphonic play of the waves.

Played on the beach the next morning gathering beach “left behinds” creating a little home away from home complete with a new beach chair, a pair of beach shoes, sand shovels, sun umbrella, mini volleyball, flag upon which I drew and colored hearts – Olivier erected it on an 8 foot pole….we were as children…so much fun.

Driving backroads through the mountains and coming into the most gigantic grotto cave I’ve ever seen – we drove through it on the road.

Camped again on other side of grotto next to a river and flower filled pasture. bathed in river, built a fire, fixed picnic dinner, popped tent and voila! another day comes to a close. Waking to a drawing crowd to watch bungee jumpers from top of grotto to river below.

Driving through fantastic Pyrenees and miles and miles and miles
and miles

and miles and miles and miles

and miles

of

giant sunflower beds all in various stages of blossom and drying…I tell you truthfully, if they had all been in full bloom at the same time as we passed through I surely would have experienced rapture and evaporated! This area must be the sunflower capitol of the world.

Resting this night in a sweet hotel room very near to Lourdes where we will visit tomorrow. Will remember you all in my prayers there.

All is well. Great joy and expansion happening here. Dancing 98% of my days. Artist is re-awakening. Could just be the energy of this area..you know, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Picasso, etc. played here.

Hope all is well with you,
Susan