Please share our link to help make possible! Thanks <3 Loving You All!! It Takes a Village....Welcome Home! https://www.plumfund.com/crowdfunding/fund-the-village The Eco Village / Artist's Co-op started in 2009. We offer love, housing, food shares, clothing closet, laundry, wifi, supportive community members and so much more! Most of our funding comes from our group low-income moms, artists and great people like you… Continue
Added by Lil Jazz on September 15, 2018 at 11:18am —
Thank you for helping us keep this website up. Over the years we have had a lot of content and pages added which has increased what we have to pay every month.
Added by Chris Tinney on May 11, 2019 at 3:00pm —
A Peace Garden is a place to focus your energy to send love and light to those in need. People request to have a Peace Rock placed in the garden and, if they like, share what they would like us to focus our energy on.…
Added by Chris Tinney on January 16, 2019 at 3:50pm —
Added by Chris Tinney on June 26, 2018 at 2:28pm —
Thank you for being part on our unofficial rainbow community.
I started this site 12 years ago and its been really fun to watch it grow. I have net a ton of family too!
I have a favor to ask. I have a book about how to help the homeless coming out in May and we literally just put up a community like this one so when the book comes out they will have a place to meet others and help our homeless friends online and off. )
So I wanted to invite you… Continue
Added by Chris Tinney on October 20, 2017 at 12:00am —
As I began my profile with this site my life was changing dramatically. I had twin sons who were 20 Years old and one of them was having some very serious psychiatric concerns. As we waited for the counselor to call us back I signed up for the site at the urging of my 20 yo. He was seen and arrangements were made for him to see the psychiatrist the next day as well as the counselor and to be sure and have his twin brother come as well. Now normally I would have been out of town working during… Continue
Added by Beth on August 21, 2016 at 9:24pm —
regardless of which specific Rainbow Gathering any of us went to this year - when the Great Spirit in infinite wisdom decided to break us up into a group of mini-Gatherings so our prayers could be heard from many different locations and directions all at once...…
Added by water, singing-on-the-rocks on August 11, 2015 at 5:57pm —
Good morning Family!I just want to celebrate another day of love and life. Despite everything the Earth is still wide and wonderful!Why do anything less than rejoice?Flowers still bloom,birds still sing,the Earth still spins and the sun still shines.
Added by Seth on September 2, 2015 at 5:54am —
I'll have a segment on my upcoming shows where I interview a Goodreads Author. I'm hoping family can suggest some Authors and books that are on Goodreads. The Goodreads group will select the weekly Author to be interviewed.
I'm looking for an inspiring Author that inspires people to be more loving and compassionate and social and environmental… Continue
Added by Chris Tinney on April 5, 2015 at 3:15pm —
Mother Earth is what this is all about.
Knowing about this stuff, Fracking, Seeds vs GMOs, Weather Extremes caused by the Jet Stream, Dangerous Chemicals in everyday Babylon products, and lots more, can make you more able to educate and share with your friends.
One of the most urgent issues for us Rainbows is the threat of Fracking, already begun in our National Forests, our Welcome Home (& in National Parks & on Native American Land).
Like drops of water we… Continue
Added by Mikethemikeman on February 19, 2014 at 12:45pm —
Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.
~ Mother Teresa ~
Not a soul on this planet, good or bad, should have to suffer any type of hunger. Whether it be emotional, spiritual, or physical.
Added by Montie Clay Rumsower IV on February 28, 2014 at 8:49am —
Hi family :) Peace be with you!
I just wanted to say I finally turned 30!!
Happy Birthday to all my March babies :)
I am currently painting a canvas of
John Lennon (my love lol), my speakers are
bleeding easily with love. What am I listening to?
The Doors!!! L.A. Women :)
Have an amazing, loving night!
Love and light, I love you all!
Added by Linda on March 12, 2014 at 8:38pm —
My husband and I really need help. We are homeless and living in our car for months. We have been looking for a job for this duration. We have been throughout the entire United States doing odd jobs; such as, working on an organic vegetable farm. That was great; however, the season ended. Our phones got stolen because our window in our car is broken; therefore, we lost all of our contacts. We are peaceful people just looking for a place to lay our head, and we are willing to work. Thanks so… Continue
Added by Christine Boehm on October 21, 2010 at 9:06am —
i just want to update you all on what is going on with me.. i am living in a homeless shelter and i am now seven months pregnant.. things are looking up though.. i am looking foward to getting my own place now.. for the first time ever!!! i put a deposit on it and an agency is helping me pay a couple months rent.. please pray for me.. and keep in touch.. i need all the support from family that i can get.. i will be having an address shortly so if anyone can send me anything for the baby or… Continue
Added by adrianne on September 13, 2010 at 8:07am —
I finally got to meet some family! This site made it possible, so thank you for that. r.dub was kind enough to pick me up for a trip out to Arkansas to meet up with Alicat and some others working hard on their farm. I been back home for about a week now and it's about time I posted about my experience there.
r.dub pulled into my driveway, I was packed and waiting to go. I got to meet my first brother, I highly doubt I could have met one nicer than r.dub. We headed out west down the… Continue
Added by Rob on April 14, 2010 at 3:30pm —
Down but not Out…
During our short time on the lot in Bayside Park we made many good connections. One that I will remember for the rest of my life was Charles Clements. Everyone called him “Cappie” because he had once been a longtime Captain of his own shrimp boat. Later in life he owned a marine repair shop that he lost during Katrina, but he was still known by everyone as Cappie. You can read his amazing survival story in the book “Hell and High Water”. Cappie was 71 at… Continue
Added by ☯ Firelight ☮ ♥ ☼ on November 27, 2009 at 8:30pm —
Journey to A Rainbow Second Helpin’
As we arrived in Mississippi at the beginning of December it was evident 150 miles from the coast that much damage was wrought when Katrina danced her way inland. Waveland was on the eastern side of the eye of the hurricane. Meteorologists know that as the most powerful section of that type of storm. As the storm made landfall Katrina brought 9… Continue
Added by ☯ Firelight ☮ ♥ ☼ on November 27, 2009 at 8:34pm —
My mate and I spent 2 years in Waveland MS. Just after Katrina, I made many close friendships in the General public, Mayors office, Fire department, I stand witness to both the good and bad that can happen to, with and after a large scale disaster. I have seen the joy of grateful mommas and poppas, and blessed with almost daily miracles. Smiles Continue
where there was once sadness, witnessed the Good works as well
as bungling of Babylonian &…
Added by ☯ Firelight ☮ ♥ ☼ on August 11, 2010 at 8:18pm —
a box of freedom,
instructions and rules.
as they distract you with jewels
bound to drown
as you lose
your selfish crown.
point and laugh
at those who warn.
treat them like
a bloody thorn
in the end
you shall see
no place to flee…
Added by jessica on March 24, 2009 at 10:30pm —
We are gonna give it another go. The new web site is up if ya'd like to take a look. http://lapazecovillage.org/index.html
Added by debi stanton on August 12, 2009 at 5:25pm —