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Are we hard wired to run a sustainable planet? And are we accountable to the entire world that we live in? For me the Jungle is something made up of so many fascinating elements; a journey of intriguing possibilities. That kind of sounds like "life" on planet-johnson.

Can I travel with a presence that allows my footprint to add value to the world that you live in while "capturing moments" that tell a compelling story? Karma is a belief that all of your actions will have equal reprecussions, affecting you and I. This journey is a search for some balance, a little discovery and hopefully some visual poetry?

This blog will humbly attempt to see my world through the experience of TRAVEL, photos and sincere examination of an experential and visual karma. And I will find a way to incorporate some positive travel experience into that karma with the perspective of a Digital Camera. Photography and writing have become my "love affair" with life on planet-johnson. Hopefully I can share my passions for the best of this crazy world!

Please join in and welcome to the jungle! 

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Monday
Mar052007

Dangerous Ideas or Real Solutions

    "I hope it is true that a man can die and yet not only live in others but give them life, and not only life but a great consciousness of life"   Jack Kerouac

I came across this timely feed from the Oregon Public broadcasting System that interviews, discusses and follows some fascinating ideas for transforming  the crazy world we live in. Very hopeful and proactive but includes straight talk and views of karma issues that need to be considered. The first part is an interview with Thomas Homer-Dixon on his views and solutions for troubled times; and the second part is an excerpt from a coming Documentary "Black Gold" on the coffee trade. This is very good!  Watch foreignexchange!

 

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