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PANDEMIC & MAY DAY: REMAKING THE WORLD


 So Revel-up your May Day in any way you can. Observe, meditate, listen, talk, envision—and get ready to act. It’s not so far ahead that our best energies will roar to live more than ever. This time, we cannot let a violent, greedy, lying and overstuffed minority stand any longer in the way of our next leap. Joining hands again, it’s time to “rise” like a renaissance to our own greatest human endowment, power and potential—compassionate creative (r)evolution. Continue reading

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Governor Patrick Proclaims May 1st Thomas Morton Day in Massachusetts!


Greetings! Governor Deval Patrick has issued a Proclamation declaring May 1st to be Thomas Morton Day in Massachusetts—in honor of this intrepid and good-humored Englishman who made a success of his trading post by treating Native Americans with respect, while … Continue reading

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