Rather than forget the Gods of India…

Rather than forget the Gods of India…first clean up the Ganges.   Instead of looking at Mother India,  how about looking at the bigger picture of Mother Earth and how we can work and live together.

We can all do something, every little helps, every telly, video etc that is left on, all consume energy needlessly. we all know ways we could change, the difference is doing.

Please share, feel your Innerself, and remember, from the Earth we come, and to the Earth we return, for She is our Mother, and we must look after her.

Mother Earth has given us so much beauty she has nurtured us lest not we forget.


About Galantre

I was born Barbara Jean Speedwell in Belfast, but in 1948 our surname was changed, by the Catholic church when they baptised us and hid us in orphanages in Eire I am looking for my Brother Rufus or Jerry Hopewell who went down to an orphanage in Cork and last time I saw him was in London mid 60s, and sister Elizabeth Brodie Hopewell, who was with me in a Poor Claire Orphanage in Cavan. she later moved to amsterdam in the early 70s and that is when I last saw her. my sister and I were known as the black doctors daughters, as he was a popular doctor. anyone who knows anything regarding my siblings, please contact me via the comments on WWW.dracospeedwell.com thanks
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1 Response to Rather than forget the Gods of India…

  1. dracosmirror says:

    I think your first post is a well considered point. if all of us did just one thing to make things a bit better, it would add up to a whole lot of better, which of course would be best, for Earth.

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