Soren Dreier

It is an incredible moment.
We must remember that events like these happens in the Wild every day.
So, we don’t think that these so called beasts have the skills?
Maybe we need to get rid of the term ‘beasts’ and see them as fellow beings.
The rescue is only successful because the Elephants can THINK in the abstract and they don’t panic but keep their cool.   Continue reading “Incredible Moment: Elephants Work Together to Save a Calf From Drowning”

TreeHugger – by Melissa Breyer

Part treasure hunt, part real-life Pokémon Go, the hidden giants (which are made entirely of scrap wood) can be found by treasure map or riddle poems.

Danish artist Thomas Dambo is like a folk-art Michelangelo of scrap materials. And he’s always thinking outside of the box. His large-scale projects go beyond making something nice to look at; they have interactive qualities that invite the viewer to be participant as well. For example, his utterly awesome recycled holiday village in the middle of Copenhagen which invited shoppers to come in and make DIY gifts from recycled things, all for free.   Continue reading “Artist hides giants in the wilds of Copenhagen, luring seekers into nature”

Daily Good – by Carol Kuruvilla, Huffington Post

It hasn’t been easy for Safaa Bokhari to practice her faith as a Muslim woman in America. The mom, who lives in Oakland, Pennsylvania, said she’s been verbally harassed for wearing a headscarf.

But Bokhari is hoping that when it’s time for her daughter, Salma Bokhari, to decide whether or not to wear the scarf, it will be safer world for Muslim women.    Continue reading “Hello Hijab: Mom Hopes to Create a Better World for Daughter”