Being Thankful 
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Re: “The Old Age of Aquarius

Myself, having been raised during the 60's and 70's, I instill in my children the same values/ideas as the hippie/commune movement did.
We recycle, grow our own organic (Non-GMO) foods, we grow regular, hydroponically and vertical growing methods, make our own bread, starting to learn to make our own cheese and soap, and anything else we can make on our own.
We believe in natural homeopathic medicines and healings, as this has truly worked for us.
We go on nature walks, hiking, riding bikes and love swimming, fishing and boating, because as a family we spend a lot of time together, and enjoy community and BBQ'ing together
Our family's goal is to live and be as self-sufficient as possible, we even grow and drink wheatgrass juice, Oh no we have gone over the edge.
I must respond to the person who thinks that the "Hippie Nudist Guitarist" is offensive, misleading and degrading, and "Women's innate nature is one of modesty", My daughter who is 13 years old goes around nude ALL the time, indoors and outside, she feels great about her body without all the hang ups or issues that go along with wearing clothes, it is up to her, not me, if she goes naked, she prefers to be naked, and her going nude is not about sex or anything like that but about being free. SO saying in general that women's innate nature is one of modesty is ONLY YOUR OPINION. Also she has a few other friends, both girls and boys that come over and go nude with her, they play games, goof off, go swimming or just read, all while they are nude.
These are great things the Hippie Movement has brought to our world.
Be thankful.

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Posted by Being Thankful on 02/20/2010 at 3:09 PM


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