(Almost!) About a year ago

(Almost!) About a year ago…My friends & I ventured out into the wilderness of the sandy, Mojave desert golden dunes, for Raphael Rogers ‘s latest project!!!
That day was extremely special, not only because I was introduced to the EPICNESS of Fabienne!!! But also because I got to be on set, as part of the most epic, BIGGEST SCOPE shoot yet!!!
I have no doubt that the final result will be well worth the wait!!! Raphael, Paul, Andy & K-Hart one hell of a master team!!!
SO SO grateful for this project, which actually ended up becoming a life/death dire situation/breakdown, while filming completely exposed to the harsh, unforgiving elements of the desert….which led to a deeply impactful, eye opening, spiritual breakthrough, that humbled, empowered and showed me another way!!! 🙂 <3
STAY TUNED for the final release, when the edit is done!!!
EPIC FRIENDS.EPIC PROJECTS.EPIC LIFE!!!

So

So…I’m turning 29 in a few hours…I’m exhausted but super blissed out and with ofcourse…too many things to say and to reflect upon, until
I do that, after a good night’s rest…here’s a picture of me in my birthday suit…????
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to your friendly neighborhood merman…Happy Birthday to Me! And whatever…I LOVE YOU ALL!!!

It was a great privilege and pleasure to nominate and endorse Minister Meyer as I have worked with him for the last 9 years

It was a great privilege and pleasure to nominate and endorse Minister Meyer as I have worked with him for the last 9 years. Minister Meyer brings substantive content to the DA based on research and intellectual engagement and debate. May his next three years build on the foundations he laid in respect of international relations, finance and efficient government!!!

Join me as I deliver the 2018/19 Western Cape Government Social Development budget Vote Speech

Join me as I deliver the 2018/19 Western Cape Government Social Development budget Vote Speech.
Date: 28 March 2018 (Tomorrow)
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Venue: Western Cape Provincial Parliament Chambers, 6th Floor, 7 Wale Street, Cape Town.
Follow my social media pages for live updates.
#DSDBudgetVote2018/19

Dear Colleagues,, It’s with sadness that we learnt of the death of Mr

Dear Colleagues,
It’s with sadness that we learnt of the death of Mr. Sam Henkeman, former Constituency Chair of Athlone.
On behalf of the provincial executive and all DA formations in the province we wish to extend our sincere and deep condolences to the family of Mr. Henkeman. Our prayers and thoughts are with them.
May his soul Rest In Peace !!!
Regards.
Albert Fritz
Deputy Leader

SNS FiRe Films was delighted to sponsor a screening last night of James Redford’s documentary “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” as part of…

SNS FiRe Films was delighted to sponsor a screening last night of James Redford’s documentary “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” as part of the Park City Film Series, with series executive director Kate Wang. FiReFilms managing director Sharon Anderson Morris introduced the evening and was honored to moderate a post-screening Skyped Q&A with Redford. Thank you to David Morris, Mary Elders, and Hannah Littell for their invaluable help and great spirit, and to Donna M Shillinger for capturing some of last night’s great event in photos.

Thanks one more time, of many past and many more, to Steven M

Thanks one more time, of many past and many more, to Steven M. Wise and the Nonhuman Rights Project for their dogged efforts on behalf of unjustifiably confined and mistreated big-brained animals that could instead be reintroduced to peer communities and families in sanctuaries. NOT that all don’t deserve this kind of advocacy, but he’s starting where there’s most chance of getting the point across. So, just, thank you.

Thanks for posting, Kathryn Linehan

Thanks for posting, Kathryn Linehan. “This is a multi-million dollar investment in the first year alone, which makes Lyft one of the top voluntary purchasers of carbon offsets in the world. In year one, we anticipate offsetting over a million metric tons of carbon, equivalent to planting tens of millions of trees or taking hundreds of thousands of cars off the road.”

Really interesting

Really interesting. Me, I type notes for some kinds of things and record others by hand with a pen I like, both at work and in personal chroniclings. It’s not necessarily predictable or conscious — if I record a night dream or a thought I want to pursue, sometimes it’s on my laptop, sometimes by hand in any of a few kinds of notebooks, or a humble freebie paper pad. The study here is a take on memory and retaining information: “The more words the students copied verbatim, the worse they performed on recall tests.” This plays out in all 3 of their test examples. Which makes me rethink what we hope for from live-blogging, and whether it should be questioned as the sole means of recording live discussions for later sharing. (This said as one engaged in producing and reporting back on complex, topic-driven events.) Thanks to Gali Hagel for her insights and for finding & posting this.

A generous, delightful, & rightfully sobering night, as always, with ocean toxins and humpback whale expert Roger Payne

A generous, delightful, & rightfully sobering night, as always, with ocean toxins and humpback whale expert Roger Payne. This happens to have been from 4 years ago, at the Future In Review Speaker Series in Park City, but it is always the deepest of pleasures to spend time with Roger.

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