Superhero environmentalist by day, mild-mannered husband and father by night, Michael Green may perform his identities in reverse of Superman but make no mistake about it, he is Superman ~ for our Mother Earth.
Not only did Michael, executive director of the Center for Enviromental Health, work with the Dalai Lama, but he also brings corporations to task for harmful chemical use to ensure a healthy environment for all to live and thrive in.
How does he stay in the light when he is witness to constant assaults to our Earth? He reminded Megan and me that we must not revert to fear ~ he says “love is letting go of fear.”
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Working to raise the consciousness of people around the importance of a clean environment takes courage and perseverance. So, staying in a place of love in the face of all that we have to do to clean up on this earth definitely takes superhuman effort!
As I drive around New Jersey and see the clear-cutting of our forests to create another estate, I feel despair. The wildlife in our state have nowhere to go and nothing to eat as we build and build and build.
New hunting allowances go into effect to take care of the animals that “encroach” on the houses that used to be the wildlife’s home and feeding grounds. Garbage floats around the streets and people walk around it. Sigh.
When will we understand the importance of taking care of our planet? Even though I pick up the garbage, I sometimes think, ‘I am only one person, does it even matter that I pick this up?’
But it does matter. When Megan and I talked with Michael about this, he said that he learned from the Dalai Lama not to get attached to outcomes. Without the Dalai Lama’s personal guidance, how do we move into that space?
I often reread this interview with Martin Luther King Jr., when I feel down or find myself in a place of fear ~
Dr. King’s strength, passion and determination remind me that one person can change the world for the better. And so I will continue to pick up the garbage, and I am hoping that all of you are doing the same.
Whether we pick up floating garbage, are mindful about the products that we wash our dishes & clothing with, support organic farming or are full time environmentalists we are raising the consciousness around how to be in and treat our Earth.
And every action in the vibration of mindfulness counts. And I find that the more aware people are, the more they want to be a part of the solution. We cannot become enlightened until we are illumined.
So, Thank You, Michael Green, for raising the consciousness of the industrial world and for being a hero to our Earth…
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Kristin Ace is a professional actress, writer, storyteller and healer. She created Good Vibrations with Kristin as an avenue to combine her gifts and talents for uplifting conversations to raise the vibration of the Earth and all that tune in. To learn more about Kristin please visit www.kristinace.com