Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Advocacy

Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman, who used “herbs” in her healings, commanded “GO FORWARD”. We are blessed to have extremely dedicated activists going forward.

As we go forward in the mission to, as Paul Stanford says “Restore Hemp”, we are preserving human life on earth.

Advocacy is important, the energy that moves us forward. 

The first hemp activist I ever knew about was musician Louis Armstrong, who stood strongly for legalization, growing cannabis at his home in Queens, NY.  He died the same year President Dick Nixon declared the war on drugs, 1971 (another one of those convenient for government policy deaths). Armstrong’s work has inspired many to go forward, never giving up.

It is important that we have an empty seat in the room for hemp heroes of honor.  Folks can give shout outs to beyond life heroes and sheroes like Dr. Emoto, Jack Herer, Peter McWilliams, Somayah Kambui, Richard M. Davis, Gatewood Galbraith, Brownie Mary, (please forgive my USA centric list, please add other names of cannabis champions.

Hemp advocacy replaces unnecessary drama with solutions.  If you’re already advocating for hemp, thank you. If not, what the hell are you waiting for?

“The life of a monk is hard and difficult” Thich Nhat Hanh

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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