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Before I left America, I noticed this book, We bought a Zoo by author Benjamin Mee. The book concept made me smile, because if you can convince everyone in the world that each nation is a zoo (as a metaphor), then we can set up systems of zoo keeping – and convince everyone they are good.

Following this concept (not the concept of B.M’s book) the eventuating result would be that the world will become governed by zoos that all look the same–in time. The global village concept that is invetible.

There’s only one problem with this concept though. The real ringmaster is hidden. Other peoples efforts of zoo keeping in each circus zoo (nation) get served up to the hidden (yet to be revealed) ringmaster.

Benjamin Mee‘s book concept is a lot more simple. It is about “The Amazing Story of a Young Family, a broken down Zoo and the 200 wild animals that change their lives forever.” I like the concept a lot. It should be a film. Back to the concept though of nations as zoos for circus ringmaster owners.

Zoo keeping is simply about real estate. It is not about culture. It is about who owns the real estate. Culture is its distraction. Zoo keeping, ironically isn’t even about zoo culture. It’s about the price of tickets to the show via real estate or asset sales. If wealthy, you simply buy into the circus you want to be a part of. The zoo keepers of every territory, will happily sell their circus ring off. All of ‘the spectacles’ in the zoo, then earn money for the owners with shares on the soil of the circus ring they own. It’s like carving up real estate, to sip from a kava bowl with elite people of the world.  Often wannabe kava bowl sippers wear a lot of leopard print. They give an illusion of feral qualities. In their need to upgrade, they can be viewed as being rather cute.

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This pic shows a rising sentiment for clean energy, as expressed by Australia.

I can’t remember where I sourced the pic from, I guess I’m doing an Arianna Huffington on this one, and posting it without a credit. Oops. I almost feel a little bit like a New Yorker media person just now in doing so. :)

A powerful message for the planet. UNLOCK GREEN ENERGY! The rest is all BS.

Believe it or not, these people holding these placards are some of the wisest and fairest people on the planet in this moment. They have an important view.

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 3.13.11~



Like many of you, I’m a big fan of all kids in the world having clean drinking water whenever they need. 1 billion people don’t have access yet. 54% of all people in Africa need us to act on their behalf for their better water situation as well.

Click here to make a difference if feeling it. Let’s flow. Thanks peeps. Water.Org is asking for $10 to makes this pivotal dif. Sweet!

[Music: Kings of Leon] Their message:”It’s in the water.”

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12. 27.10~

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Beautiful and spirited, Carrie Underwood, is doing all sorts of un-country sounding things, to garner herself another big hit. Here’s the newlywed’s new single, titled Undo It, denoting that the power of a good romance, will get you everywhere. In wartime especially, the world needs Love. The song rose to #10 on Billboard’s Country Music Charts, giving Carrie her tenth #1 hit song. Wow!

In California news, here’s our favorite tennis playing author, Robert Ellis, ex West Coast editor of Ebony Magazine before tennis today with a good romance story, that has a powerful message, in the form of his new novel, Courage to Love. The book is all the rage on the cover of the Beverly Hills Courier Newspaper. Bob has the best sense of humor in real life. 

Congrats Carrie and Bobbey Mac on producing two fiesty American sagas of love. A star, Bob rocks. 

Let’s support these two artists new works, go here to do that: iTunes, , , Books-A-Million, Carrie Underwood Official, Barnes& Tate Publishing.

This post going up for Ellis-Underwood fans and also for  of Psychology Today Magazine, and Courage to Live Life with a Psychology of Peace. Let’s go girl! No whimps allowed on this court of Love. Courage to return a serve. :)

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.30.2010~


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