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Welcome to the Path of the Human! I hope you to find this website a place you like to visit frequently for inspiration and direction, that is, if you want world peace like I do. To me, world peace means a world where we no longer physically hurt each other. I also want to live in a world where everyone is fed and sheltered. I’m taking inspired action to help us get there together in our lifetimes. This Path of the Human website brings together many of the people, communities and organizations who are working to raise consciousness and bring peace to our world.

To get the most from this website, take a moment to see which of the three following categories best describes your life:

1. You don’t have a safe place to live or access to healthy food and clean water every day. If this is your life, please do your best to ask for and receive help. Family members, friends, government programs, religious groups and kind-hearted strangers may all be able to offer you what you need to get through the day. You are the person I hope to uplift into one of the next two categories by inspiring people who do currently have adequate food, shelter and safety.

2. You’re lucky enough to have a safe place to live and not miss any meals (unless you want to) yet you spend most of your time focused on taking care of your own survival, or taking care of your immediate family and don’t feel like you have anything extra to give to help others. If this describes you, the consciousness raising segment is the best place to visit on this website. You may also get some inspiration from the “sustainable living” section where I share ways people have found to live with less ties to the current economic system. Don’t worry about what’s going on in the “caring for people” section unless you fit into the next category.

3. You have a safe place to live, enough to eat and a feeling that you have some excess wealth or resources to share. If you are blessed to have this life, please take at a look at the “sustainable living” and “caring for people” sections to see what I’ve found worthy of supporting to end local and global poverty and give people chances to raise their consciousness beyond survival mode.

As people raise their own consciousness, they are more likely to become nonviolent and inspired to care for others who are less fortunate. This is only the beginning of a large collaborative effort. If you know of someone or something that is helping us towards peace and understanding please send me a message and I’ll check it out!

Marina (Stormy) May,
and founder of the Gratitude Bowls project
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