The Weekly Green: Juice for the Journey #13

photo by: Julie

Week 13

I am here to be seen. We see you. ~ traditional African greeting

What a tremendous act of trust to step up and be seen – really seen. And what a beautiful act of love to acknowledge someone so elegantly. I love the exchange between the individual and the group here, too. The vulnerability of being one, the gift and power of being part of a larger whole. What can you do to acknowledge others in this way?

More: Watch Wangaari Maathai, founder of the Green Belt Movement in Kenya and winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, telling a story to answer, “what can we do?”
Watch a 3-minute PBS video about her work.

Read the Weekly Green from Week 12 here.

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  1. I’m a big fan of Wangaari Maathai. So nice to see a community organizer/tree planter from a very economically depressed culture regonized with a Nobel.

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