Earth Projects

We are being called, today, to recognize our oneness with the Earth and with all other beings. This sense of oneness, however, based on our origin from a common divine Source, has to move beyond the level of concept into a way of life that cares for the Earth and for others on a daily basis. The action of caring can be outer in the sense of ‘doing’ something, or it can be inner in the sense of taking responsibility for our thoughts, emotions, and intentions. Ultimately, it must be both. By raising our own awareness of unity, we raise the awareness of all.

Light Omega’s Earth Projects focus attention on both the needs of the Earth for healing, and the needs of many people for loving care and the removal of the profound social and economic inequalities that continue to exist. There are four Earth Projects at present: Driving Cards – Planting Trees, Feed the Hungry, Amherst Reparations Project and Light Omega and India.

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Driving Cars – Planting Trees

Driving Cars – Planting Trees is a carbon balancing and reforestation project aimed at developing individual accountability for automobile usage and a restoration of land use through the planting of trees.
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Feed the Hungry

Feed the Hungry is an effort to leave no one left on the planet without adequate food or safe drinking water. Feed the Hungry supports eight organizations, worldwide, that are devoted to this task.
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Reparations for Amherst

Amherst Reparations Project supports the growing movement to redress and change the history of systemic racism in the United States toward those of African-American descent, based on the perception of ‘other-ness.’ This sense of ‘other-ness’ has been applied to certain groups of people from the time of this country’s founding.
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Light Omega and India

Light Omega and India supports economic, social, and cultural equality in the villages of Tamil Nadu, India, through association with Mohanam, a unit of Auroville, the ‘City of Dawn’ that represents the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Mohanam’s work aims to create a bridge of unity between the nearby villages and Auroville.
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