Archive for October, 2006

The Blue Butterfly – Nothing to Lose And a New Life Gained

Wednesday, October 18th, 2006

The movie The Blue Butterfly is a classic quest tale, like to the King Arthur’s knights and the Holy Grail. It is a beautiful, powerful story with a lot of depth. It touches many subjects which are vital to manifesting our dreams, especially demonstrating how the courage and perseverance to live our dreams pays off. […]

It’s All Alive, It’s All Intelligent, It’s All Connected

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

The Bioneers are an inspiring collection of problem-solvers, with practical and visionary solutions for many of our most pressing environmental and social challenges. These ‘biological pioneers’ include writers, biologists, educators, architects, farmers, economists, public servants, scientists, business people, artists, gardeners, chefs, and activists whose work spans many fields and cultures. Together, they offer a dynamic […]

Emmanuel’s Dream – Disability Does Not Mean Inability

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

On May 5th, 1977, in Ghana, West Africa, Emmanuel Osofu Yeboah was both born – and abandoned. Upon discovering Emmanuel had a severely deformed right leg, Dickson Kwadjo Ofosu, disgraced by his son’s disability, walked out on his family. Emmanuel’s mother, Comfort Yeboah, was advised to kill her son. But rather than surrender to society’s […]