Hometown: New York
June 17, 2013
Creative ,empathic,INFP and misunderstood artist ,dancer,frisbee tosser
Hi Angie... Welcome.
To answer your question, Urban Resilience is the practice of creating or using local goods, services or resources to provide for our essential human needs.
One of the rules of thumb in Urban Resilience is that you should rely on nothing that comes from more than 50 miles away.
Maintaining a Horticulture or supporting a local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) are great ways to increase ones level of Urban Resiliency.
Hi Angie, I recently started a new meetup group which may interest you. Feel free to take a look at it. If you have any questions please feel free to email me. Don't forget to look at the pictures to get an idea of what the members will learn and go over. http://www.meetup.com/Holistic-and-Sp... Have a great day, Love and light Laura Schwalm-Anthony
I wanted to invite you to our new group. It's about practical meditation that brings the latest findings to the spiritual and time honored practice of meditation. The result is a series of meet-ups that don't just talk about sitting meditation, but help to teach and explore ways to take the meditation off of the mat, and into your life.
I look forward to having you join us and to your input.
Welcome to the group.. C u 2.45 pm at 178 ocean pkway... anyway Please bear with my english...It's not so fluently..
You have no idea how right you are. I was born into a secular Jewish family and a friend got me to go to Israel. I met my husband there and moved there. If you think intolerance's bad here you should see it in Jerusalem. Jews of middle eastern background hated those from European, different factions of religious thought looked down on ones thought less so. I never knew. I ended up working for an Arab doctor and felt more accepted in his village there than with Jews. Tel Aviv's totally modern
Angie, I live in that area too. People say "Oh, you live in Brooklyn! How cool. I end up mumbling that "Its not in one of THOSE areas.
Thank you! I will most definitely bring youthful energy into this group! :) Can't wait to participate in future gatherings and meet more of the family! I've been looking forward to events like these for a while! and yes, I was at yesterdays picnic even though I left pretty early. It was wonderful though, had a great time. and it was my first time going to one of these! My friend had a good time as well. So much fun, hopefully I will personally say hi next time! much love, -janice
hey angie! wanted to hit the rainbow partay on sunday- looked like good times!- but had to work. :( see you at another awesome meetup!