Occupy Blogosphere – Thursday, December 20, 2012


On the Eve of 

December 21st, 2012

may you welcome

the transformation of


May Love be its bouquet.


Thank you, Gary, for the most celebratory of  bouquets!
It’s a pleasure having it to share with friends.




is OCCUPY day.

We give this planet a shot of

fun, support and positive energy.


Share something you’ve been wanting to tell the world.


Do an Occupy of your own and add a link in these comments.


This space thrives on positive material.  Soul Dipper reserves the right to decline any submission that is presented with a flair for the negative, deemed  to be derogatory or could be surmised as slanderous.


Α – Ω

30 thoughts on “Occupy Blogosphere – Thursday, December 20, 2012

  1. I love your flowers, they are so beautiful, enjoy them. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if tomorrow was a new beginning, one filled with peace and love and kindness and caring for each other, and it would reach worldwide.

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  3. Thanks for sharing, Amy…the flowers are gorgeous. It’s been a while since I’ve contributed but I wanted to share something that I posted last year around this time. It’s a story called The Christmas Truce…perhaps you’ve heard of it. But it is remarkable and very inspiring…appropriate for Occupy Blogosphere I feel. Here’s the link: http://bodhirose.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/the-christmas-truce/

    Happy Holidays, Amy…may your blessings be those of healing, peace, love and prosperity.
    Gayle xoxo

    • Yes, I’ve read this remarkable story before, Gayle, and maybe it was your post last year. I agree…it’s a perfect Occupy addition! Thanks for presenting it – it’s one of those stories that can be repeated a lot and it won’t wear out.

  4. Well it’s 1:20 am on December 21st
    I can’t sleep.
    if the world is going to end today why waste the last few hours by sleeping?
    and if it does end today
    what will happen?
    how will we know?
    will we get a text message?
    will the church bells will ring?

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    • For me, the Transformation has been going on for some time, Lorna, but this “crescendo” period has been something! Christmas this year is nothing like any I’ve ever experienced. There’s been so much life (and deaths) going on around here that it seems we’re being given ample opportunity to see what choice we make in how we respond.

      The message in this session is being reinforced for me…there is only one way to go: Love.

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