Hope for a Paris Agreement

Vigil for Paris Climate TalksI just got home from the Vigil for the Paris Climate Conference. In an Asheville city park, maybe a hundred of us made a circle on the wet grass at twilight. Our many colorful umbrellas gave a festive feeling to our gathering, despite the light rain. The Green Grannies led us in song and then invited people to spontaneously speak their hearts. Five or six did so, in a most heartfelt manner expressing their hope for our planet’s healing. UN host of the Conference, Christiana Figueres, has said that a Paris Agreement is possible, necessary and urgent. Hope–the stance that what we want is possiblelifted our vigil circle up, up, up. I almost expected to see some of us rising into the air with our fabulous umbrellas. Though we were not physically drifting over Paris, our intentions were doing so, radiating to the one hundred and forty seven heads of state now there for the Paris UN Climate Conference. I say with Jan Buckley who posted this comment on amplified.com: We all are part of the One Heart. May all those who are attending the climate conference in Paris sense they are held within this loving embrace and feel mysteriously inspired and encouraged to protect our Mother, the Earth and all her inhabitants. Green Grannies Vigil for Climate Talks

2 Responses to “Hope for a Paris Agreement

  • Pauline
    6 years ago

    My heart is with those at the conference in Paris. My hope is that those in this country, especially leaders of the Republican party will finally stop denying climate change

    • Susa Silvermarie
      6 years ago

      Pauline, my old friend, take heart. 100% green energy around the globe is truly possible.

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