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Week 5 — Ecumenical Water Network

Week 5 — Ecumenical Water Network | Haven International | Scoop.it
This week's reflection discusses the tension between St Francis of Assisi's praise of water as a precious "sister" created by God and a privatisation and economic exploitation of this life-giving element that comes at the cost of dying rivers and...
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We do love St. Francis of Assisi for his love of animals, now it is wonderful to see and know that we can credit him for the life-giving, qualities of water. 

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Introducing the 13 Grandmothers | International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers

Introducing the 13 Grandmothers | International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers | Haven International | Scoop.it

Peace Makers: The 13 Grandmothers Council
a Visionary Painting by Minouche, 2008

In the fall of 2004, we gathered from all over the world, thirteen indigenous Grandmothers from Alaska, North, South, and Central America; Africa; and Asia. We came together at the Tibet House Menla Mountain Retreat center in upstate New York. Within three days we formed a Global Alliance for the good of all beings. See the original signed Alliance Statement from 2004.

Our Council was set in motion by a common vision, prophecies seeded decades ago in many people around the world. One of these seeds was planted by members of the Center for Sacred Studies.

Read more about the origins of the Grandmothers Council, and review the Council accomplishments.
 


Via Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson
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The 13 Grandmothers are a topic of dicussion we love at Haven Spiritual Sanctuary, Haven-int.org

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Peace Makers: The 13 Grandmothers Council
a Visionary Painting by Minouche, 2008

In the fall of 2004, we gathered from all over the world, thirteen indigenous Grandmothers from Alaska, North, South, and Central America; Africa; and Asia. We came together at the Tibet House Menla Mountain Retreat center in upstate New York. Within three days we formed a Global Alliance for the good of all beings. See the original signed Alliance Statement from 2004.

Our Council was set in motion by a common vision, prophecies seeded decades ago in many people around the world. One of these seeds was planted by members of the Center for Sacred Studies.

Read more about the origins of the Grandmothers Council, and review the Council accomplishments.