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Letter from Publisher, January 2013

Jan 01, 2013 12:01AM
The inconceivable tragedy in Connecticut at Sandy Hook Elementary School has rocked the nation to its core. Not a day goes by that I don’t shed tears for those children, teachers and families. I know I am not alone. As the mother of three small children, such events hit close to home. I am still unable to articulate my feelings; what I do know is that the status quo must change.

In his writings, Deepak Chopra offers: “All great changes are preceded by chaos.” I trust that Americans and other peoples everywhere are ready for great change for the better on all fronts.

I enter the new year with a fresh professional and personal focus on building an ever-stronger, connected community on-board to raise consciousness above accepted norms. This vision is coming to life through your participation. Part of my role as a publisher is to facilitate bridges between readers and the resources we need to help us enhance our own and everyone’s quality of life.

On December 10, I attended the Sustainable Energy Symposium, in Philadelphia, where thought leaders discussed the progress and potential of clean energies plus forward-looking investments of the past five years. You’ll find more details in our global brief section on page 10 in the magazine.

I invite you to follow news on this and other natural healthy living issues relevant to our community online at Facebook.com/NaturalAwakeningsBuxMont and Twitter at Twitter.com/NABuxMont. We also look forward to seeing you at area events and will give you a heads up at the bottom of this page each month. Finally, please send us your questions or comments c/o [email protected]. The trusted and valued sources that you meet through our articles and advertisements will be happy to address them.

Change can be all good when good people make it happen.

- Audrey


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