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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Moonlight for the Earth

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For one hour, for our earth
dance in the light of the moon
sit near a candle and remember the gift
of this beautiful planet by honoring her in a simple
act of solidarity with other humans around the world tonight.

Click the purple link to register, it's easy, it matters, you can help heal the planet, one person, one household at a time.
Earth Hour 8:30pm March 26, 2011


17 comments:

  1. Believe me, after sitting for quite a while with no electricity the other day, it makes one realize that you CAN function without it, though an adjustment.
    8:30......candle time!

    XXOO~~♥
    Anne

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  2. what a gorgeous photo of the moon!

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  3. For an hour tonight, my home will be dark and prayers will be said.

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  4. I signed up, I do this every year!

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  5. Laura: Thank you so much for your visit to my blog and for enlightening me to Earth Hour tonight. I have put a banner across the top of the blog - thanks to you - and am off to find the candles. We are VERY eco-friendly folk and try so hard to do our part to take care of Planet Home. How today slipped by us I do not know. Thanks again. I love your beautiful moon shot. Mine turned out leaving a lot to be desired but they do help me with the memory of that special night. Hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Funny, I thought it was 8:30 this morning. Maybe I will have two earth hours today. ha. wishing you a lovely earth hour.

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  7. On my way to check it out. The thought of unity in this one way gives me goose bumps.

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  8. It's good to be able to join with others in this way. I like your photo.

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  9. Thanks for the reminder! I love this shot! While it appears simple, it provokes deep thoughts.

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  10. Wonderful shot of the moon. I've been participating in this for several years and think it's a good idea.

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  11. I'm pleased to announce that I won the annual Earth Hour cribbage championship tonight.

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  12. I'm grateful for your reminder of our sweet Mother Moon.

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  13. Yes I agree, wonderful celebration that unites the world, even if for just one hour - at times that is enough.;))
    xoxo

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  14. I arrived too late to learn about Earth Hour. What a beautiful thing...wish I'd been there.

    Actually, I think I was in bed with the lights out...I'd just been out at the park on a long training walk and went to bed early :)

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  15. I too, arrived late, to learn of Earth Hour. Next year. I do love our earth everyday!

    Blessings.

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  16. your moon shot is lovely. I somehow missed Earth Hour. I will do my best to honor our home in all ways. thanks for the spiritual lift as usual, Laura. and a happy belated birthday wish to you. so you are 46 years young. wishing you many more. be well, and have a wonderful day Laura.

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  17. Beautiful....thank-you for the link. And - happy belated birthday!

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