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Tsunami Relief Benefit @ Air and Fire

Jan 11, 2005

Dear Friends,

It is with heartfelt concern that we send out the first Air
and Fire update of the year.

We are still in awe over the immense tragedy in South Asia.
We begin this new cycle with a declaration of support for
the victims of the tsunami

disaster and for all the victims worldwide of mother
natures recent commotions.

The tsunami tragedy requires our response. We are all
inter-connected beings
and our brothers and sisters need our support in any form
we can provide it.

Be it the raising of healing energy in ritual,
Be it the calling upon of healing energy in prayer,
Be it activation of healing within and without through
Let us focus our intent on compassion for our brothers and

In times of tragedy, helplessness sometimes dominates the

Sometimes the best we can do is provide support for the
future, especially the children.

They are the hope that many of the affected peoples have
left, as material possessions have been swept away.

Over one third of the deceased are thought to be children.

Over 36,000 children are said to have lost one or both

In support of the children of the region, below you will
a link to the Tsunami Relief Efforts donation page of the
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF):

We have chosen UNICEF as the recipient of our support after
careful consideration.
Last year, the UNICEF U.S. Fund spent only 12 percent of
its budget on administrative
and fundraising expenses, with 88 percent of contributions
directly supporting efforts to help kids.
Unicef is already "on the ground" in the disaster stricken
area with an established network to
actually get much needed food and medicine to the


As an act of solidarity, Air and Fire will raise funds for
a donation this weekend:

Friday, January 14th through Sunday, January 16th;

10% of all Air and Fire sales
proceeds will be
donated to

UNICEF's Tsunami Relief Efforts


We remain optimistic as we begin the new calendar year,
there is much to be learned
from our experiences on this wonderful journey of the union
of body mind and spirit.

May the new year bring balance and blessings,

Lobo and Emelia
13155 B Highway 9
Boulder Creek, Ca. 95006

“A warrior must learn to make every act count,
since he or she is going to be here in this world for only
a short while,
in fact, too short for witnessing all the marvels of it.”
-Carlos Castaneda
20th century mystic and Toltec warrior


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