Planting The Future of Humanity with Leslie Goldman YourEG
Marco, a worker at Rancho La Puerta in rain gear, December 13, 2014. He was happy that it was raining and so was I.
On Friday December 12, 2014, the day that heavy rains fell in drought parched San Diego County, I was in Tecate, Mexico at Rancho La Puerta celebrating the wet weather that gave a good soaking to the soil. I enjoyed watching and greeting numbers of the working staff who were dressed in yellow raincoats. The workers had not had an opportunity to wear the rain gear much in recent years.
I am most grateful to have been witness to this experience of the rain falling. I have had a history of being involved in rain falling enough times to say I am a shaman of sorts when it comes to rain. A number of years ago, I did some rain bringing with A Hopi member of the Water Clan, Ruben Saufkie, Sr, at an event called Live H20 in Long Beach, 2009. The day after we did our work, rain fell in Long Beach. By that time, Ruben had journeyed back to Third Mesa, Arizona where his land was also draught stricken. They were doing rain dances. Intense rain fell that day on Third Mesa.
Ruben Saufkie, Sr. of the Hopi water Clan, and Leslie Goldman @YourEG welcoming in rain 2009 in Long Beach at Live H20 opening ceremony
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