Great memory, Hearst Castle in San Simeon, between LA and San Francisco after highway 1. Recommended. Happy Sunday friends. More photos of flickr Hearst Castle
This is in memory of Ingrid Nyquist, a true power woman, that I was fortunate to meet and get to know since 2006. I have been blessed with the opportunity to share amazing memories and moments with Ingrid, together with her husband, my good friend and mentor Anders Nyquist´s Eco-village, Rumpan south of Sundsvall and around … Continue reading In memory of Ingrid Nyquist
#helplars is moving now $1750 of goal $2500, a big warm thank you to all that have contributed, can we reach the goal in the next days? GoFundme #helplars
Love supportive, Honest and including friends with passion, Open minds and Integrity. 💕 With gratitude Thank you. 🙏 2 weeks to This view #supportive #honest #inclusive #passion #open #mind #integrity
Start with the little things. #makingupbed #changetheworld https://www.facebook.com/goalcast/videos/vb.897393153671209/1533350906742094/?type=2&theater The Featured Image for this post is from The Elephant Seal Beach, San Simeon California. Photo Credits: Lars Ling. You can check out more here https://flic.kr/s/aHskWZRbtD
Stop sending rice to Nepal
- It’s possible to be a change agent and make a difference in the world. That’s why I started GOODdler. I can’t imagine living my life and not to be concerned that so many people suffer in the world. When I hear stories of children in distress, families torn by conflicts, youth recruited to kill innocent people, and at the same time, see ignorance of many, I overcome with emotions. My response to this is to channel all the energy I have toward making this world a better place, no matter how cheesy this statement might sound.
- When I helped orphan houses in Russia, I realized that situation with orphanages could be much less dramatic if families in need, who give up their children in order to survive, received help covering their basic necessities. This how the idea of GOODdler first came up to my mind.
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In mid-June, school is out and nature has burst into life. It seems like the sun never sets. In fact, in the north of Sweden, it doesn’t, and in the south only for an hour or two. This calls for a celebration! Friends and family gather for the most typically Swedish tradition of all: Happy … Continue reading Happy Midsummer, Glad Midsommar