June 21, 2001, Princess Reyna takes over as spiritual head of the Earthgardens for 3 months. She works with Puma Team IV that confronts hunters. As princess she will bring peace and tranquility, as she´s very centered, with a Tao-like calm. Her first silver campaign award goes to eco-team 18 in Morango for saving an ancient village tree from the chain saws. Vera, Antonio, Leida and Marcos succeeded in preventing the cutting of the tree by refusing to move away when the municipal chain saws arrived. Reyna says let this be an example of the power of children to save their natural treasures from destruction by uneducated authorities. Over 100 kids joined her eco-teams and became the force for ecology in her barrio. An eye-opener to the power of girls in disfuncional societies
The sembradores have stumbled across and field-tested a new culture-model which saves biodiversity. It was surprisingly effective. Let's give it a try in other poverty-stricken countries, and let Reyna and others like her be heroes for a while.
Suyen, with dress and gift from the Earthgardens leadership. She originated the "Public Washing Ceremony" in her town to cleanse the minds of pathological adult Nicaraguans who teach kids to see their bodies as "filthy and shameful". Thank you Suyen. Once this edict became known, the negative minds, and their perpetual "cochino", were silenced. A major culture change, and an uplift for children freed from the pointless burden of guilt.
And now a lesson:
LISTEN, WORLD LEADERS...
Try embracing a new social system that works, and doesn't destroy nature. The basis of our education is EARTHFITNESS, which assures no person, no industry, no activity, destroys nature unnecessarily. We enforce this rule absolutely, with no need for police or prisons, just proper education at the right time.
By age 4, Earthgardens kids are Earthfit. Their education starts before age 1. "Leave no traces" is a mandate enforced spontaneously by all members of society.
All it takes to make a better culture is ordinary people, and a desire to do something significant. Here Tacu, center, first eco-team leader in BENI (the Bolivian Amazon jungle), with siblings.