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  • VIDA Notes

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    Agriculture  & Aztec Heritage Our VIDA project introduces modern, sustainable farming practices in the Totonac region of Central Mexico where the most common crop historically grown by the peoples of Central Mexico (and the most important), was maize, also known as corn or mealies. Archaeologists …

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  • The New Year Begins…

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    …and we’d like to share our goals for 2013 with you  Promote organic home gardening To continue our work in Mexico with VIDA, as a way to promote self-sufficiency and better health,  strengthening the capacity of our trainers and families in gardening, both for their own …

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  • Light for a New Year

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    “Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” Siddartha Guatama Buddha Before this year draws to a close, we’d like to pause and thank you for supporting …

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  • a message from our Humanitarian Team

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    May you have the gladness of Christmas, which is Hope The spirit of Christmas, which is Peace The heart of Christmas, which is Love Have a safe and happy holiday from our extended international family! Your donations help us to help others in our diverse …

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  • VIDA: making progress this holiday season

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    Our VIDA project is off to a great start, as you can tell from the blog posts and pictures. The families remain committed to the work required to build themselves a better future. This holiday season, make a gift that makes a world of difference!  Watch …

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  • Winter Treat from VIDA

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    Our friends in the Sierra Norte region of Mexico working with our VIDA project would like to share this simple, warming version of cocoa – Mexican Hot Chocolate! You can use this authentic recipe at a fundraiser for VIDA - just increase the ingredients proportionally and to taste. INGREDIENTS: …

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  • Humanitarian Projects Notes

    We would like to share a few highlights with you from our diverse Humanitarian project sites. Each sight has grown, keeps growing and calls to us for further growth and service. VIDA Project Our work in Mexico continues to grow, as any sustainable farming practice …

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  • from the Humanitarian Projects Team

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    Happy Thanksgiving from the Humanitarian Projects Team!  We wish you a bountiful holiday meal with loved ones! We are thankful for your continued support. Every donation makes a difference to our VIDA Project. $50 sponsors a family for one year. Please help us help our VIDA families!

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  • VIDA Sponsor: Alive and Healthy Institute

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    Alive and Healthy Institute We have a special corporate sponsor that we would like to introduce to you. Located in Dallas, TX, Alive and Healthy is a non-profit group that promotes holistic health and healing to clients and their families via classes, services, and individualized consultations. Blair …

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  • The ritual of the Volador

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    In Mesoamerican times, the ritual of the Volador was performed throughout much of what is now Mexico and extended as far south as Nicaragua. Information about the original ritual (Danza de los Voladores) Dance of the Flyers, or Palo Volador (Pole Flying), was partially lost when …

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