Archive for 26/07/2013

The Feel Of The Rain

Caterpillar to Butterfly

Life is full of beauty. Notice the humming birds chirping noise in a beautiful silent morning.

Smile of a child, feeling the soothing sun and soft touch of wind.

Petrichor (scent) of the soil or sand after the first shower of nature.

Smell of the rain drops.

The touch of every drop when it falls on our face. Try to feel it with your finger tips or let it fall on your eyelids.

I think  it can prove to be one of the best stress releaser ever.

And the most mesmerizing moment is when you walk onto the sacred soil or sand and it cuddles your feet in its soft silky cushion.

It falls on the plants, flowers and the earth making all these wonders of life giving us at least joy for some moment. The sweet smell of earth feels like bliss.….. 

Rain is lovely, and I…

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Albatrosses and petrels are some of the most endangered birds on the planet. Unfortunately, these magnificent birds die tragic deaths—they become entangled in fishing lines and are drowned. To ensure long-term survival for these global birds, we need international cooperation. The United States, already a world leader in seabird conservation, should ratify the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels.

Ask your members of Congress to support this treaty. You can send the sample letter below, or edit with your own words for even greater impact.

NOTE: Dear [Decision Maker] will be replaced with the names of your members of Congress, and your name and address will automatically be added to the bottom of the letter. For more information about the treaty, download our fact sheet.

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It is not always all about the destination, but the journey to get there!

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Take off with Natarajan


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Crown Capital Eco Management

“What kind of oil should we buy?” Luo Xiaohua shouts to her cousin from the cooking oil aisle in Yonghui Supermarket in the heart of Chongqing, a rising Chinese megacity. Luo, 50, is the quintessential Chinese shopper. She earns $3,250 a year and has an elementary education. She’s fiercely opinionated about her purchases.

Luo stands before amber-hued bottles loaded with a commodity that fuels China’s and India’s growing consumer classes. “From what I understand, all of these brands contain palm oil,” she says. “But they just don’t say it on the label.” She says she’d prefer to use olive oil but can’t afford it. “Corporations have the power in this country, and consumers have to make decisions based on limited options.”


Source: Palm Oil Plantation Workers Face Bitter Conditions

Palm oil and its derivatives are found in thousands of products worldwide, from doughnuts to soap, lipstick to biodiesel. Globally, palm…

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