2018-05-15 14:30:14

2018-05-15 14:30:14

Caption: After weeks of unknowns about life in Nicaragua, barely making it out of the country last week (before all traffic has been halted) to complete my retreat field research in Guatemala, I find myself sitting under this beautiful drawing in La Aurora Airport in Guatemala City. She brings solace as I am grateful the youth of Nicaragua are choosing real trees instead of metal ones for their future.
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What do you see in her?
To me she is surrounded by life, the circle of life envelopes her, as she dreams her future. She feels the pulse of the earth 🌏 in the leaves that embrace her. She is loved. She is safe.
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Moment be moment we will continue through this, especially with Love and peace. I am more certain than ever that Love is quite fierce in its frequency, like a Mama Bear. ☮️
While I remain in Guatemala, uncertain if I can return home to Matagalpa, I know that the Universe will guide us to be reunited — my Jaimey, my Ysabella kitty, my Hugo boy. Everything will unfold in Love. We will find a way. ❤️
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Photo taken at: La Aurora, Guatemala, Guatemala

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A former Petaluma Vice Mayor and outspoken advocate of Slow Fashion, Tiffany believes fashion can be both beautiful and ethical, and can bring prosperity to where it’s needed most in the world. Her Himalayan cashmere company, Pashm & Co offers ethical and renewable cashmere at Pashm.co. Tiffany holds a Permaculture Design Certificate taught by the late Toby Hemenway and Daily Acts, an MA from California Institute of Integral Studies with a focus in Integral Ecology, and a BA in Women’s Studies from Mills College. Renée is Past President of the Petaluma Community Guild, and is a beekeeper — studying under Christine Kurtz, Ettamarie Peterson and Serge Labesque. She is a 2007 Fellow of the Leadership Institute for Ecology and Economy. She frequently speaks on Local Economy and Regenerative Businesses.