“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.” Albert Pike

Our fundamental drive as humans is to give in a way that feels important. I see no more authentic hope for our planet than the Teyuna who by their sacred commitment to life communicate directly with rivers, sacred sites and our last remaining wild lands on behalf of all life. As the Teyuna Spiritual Leaders tirelessly follow instructions whispered to them on the wind, seen in clouds, on tree leaves and rocks, and sung in songs rivers sing, they may well be the glue that holds Earth together, that keeps Her in balance. Who is more selfless then someone who believes they exist to give? What better gift can we give then one that supports them? If you have a better cause to give to, please let me know because I’ll want to give to that one too.

Savitree; 1000 year old tree on the grounds of Savitri Spiritual Center in Crestone, Colorado; Watercolor.

We are grateful for the generosity and support of two phenomenal artists: Marika Popovits and Harry Roa

Marika donated prints of the two soulful, beautiful  watercolors you see here:  Extraordinary Wildflowers and Savitree.

Harry Roa donated this exquisite Eye of Horace ring.

Eye of Horace Front View
Eye of Horace Ring; Size 10; Sterlium Silver


Thank you so much for your support. Your donations support our shared community, Earth. Thank you so much for your support.

Walking with You in Harmony,