Posts Tagged ‘spiritual healing’

KnitLit member with donated blanket at Animal Shelter

Check out this great article on craftivism featuring Project Scarf and KnitLit by Leila Cook in the August 1-2  issue of OM Times.  Titled “Project Scarf: Changing the World…One Stitch at a Time” it is in the “Movers and Shakers” section, dedicated to individuals and organizations whose examples and actions make this world a brighter place for all of us.

I would like to thank the AMAZING Leila Cook, for giving me the opportunity to reflect and share, and for supporting Project Scarf and helping me to get the word out.  Also, heartfelt thanks go to DeZengo Moore of Humanity Healing, who publishes OM Times.  Humanity Healing is a Nondenominational Network committed to Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Healing and Growth through Education and Spiritual Activism.  Click here to read more about them…Please check them out!


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