Blake Shelton is an award winning American country music artist.
Sometimes the dream is so far off it seems like it will never happen.
Reading with Ellie
Children cry out for "Mama" and "Papi" in heartbreaking audio recorded at a detention center
CNN - June 18, 2018
Immigration Crisis on Father's Day
US child migrants: First ladies.Melania and Laura Bush, speak out on Trump separation policy
BBC - June 18, 2018
June is Gay Pride Month
On This Day In Space! June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes 1st American Woman in Space
This Pride, Inspired by Sally Ride's Legacy
Sally Ride, the United States' first woman in space, who flew 35 years today (June 18), in 1983, has inspired countless people, as she lived a life committed to science, education and inclusion. And while she only "came out" publicly as gay in her obituary, written by Tam O'Shaughnessy, Ride's surviving partner of 27 years, Ride is still the first and only acknowledged LGBTQ astronaut. Today, Ride's legacy and life story continue to inspire, as she has set a leading example, conquering what before seemed truly impossible.
Gay Pride Week NYC
Tiffany Haddish is the Host
MTV Movie and TV Awards
MTV Movie Awards Wikipedia
Films and TV allow us to emotionally connect with others and the world at large.
They are generally produced as healing and awakening tools.
Beyonce and Jay-Z surprise fans with first joint album 'Everything Is Love'.
It was filmed in Paris at the Louvre and is amazingly artistic. Watch the video
Their ability to reinvent themselves in ways that imprint on consciousness is awesome.
Once up on a myth, we learned about Mount Kilauea and the Fire Goddess Pele.
Volcanic Pele's Hair - Glassy Shards Could Contaminate Drinking Water in Hawaii
Scientific American - June 18, 2018
Golden, sharp strands of so-called goddess hair are covering parts of Hawaii's Big Island. But what are these potentially dangerous threads - called Pele's hair - and where did they come from? The mats of Pele's hair - a product of the ongoing eruption from Kilauea volcano - consist of thin glass fibers that form when gas bubbles within lava burst at the lava's surface. In previous volcanic eruptions, Pele's hair has caused trouble for the many Hawaiians who collect rainwater for drinking water. These glass strands land in rainwater that falls on people's roofs and is then funneled into a catchment system. If the filters aren't fine enough to filter out the hair, then you can get hair in the water, which can harm anyone who drinks it.
World Refugee Day 2018
World Refugee Day
People become refugees for many reasons from oppression to famine,
to natural disaster, disease, and more. This connects with our need to
help others less fortunate, but it often creates an immigration crisis.
Sunday June 17, 2018, Father's Day
If you pay attention to Earthquake Activity - specifically in the Pacific Ring of Fire - you know that earthquakes in Mexico are ongoing. In recent weeks Hawaii has had over 2000 earthquakes and continues to rock. This is accompanied by the ongoing eruption of Mount Kilauea. This all reduces to fractured tectonic plates therefore it doesn't take much for an earthquake to happen. Over in Mexico ...
Mexico's Winning World Cup Goal Caused Man-Made Earthquake New York Magazine - June 17, 2018
Mexico's stunning upset win over Germany in the World Cup on Sunday may have shocked more than soccer fans. At the same time El Tri forward Hirving Lozano scored Mexico’s winning goal at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, at least two seismic sensors detected a minor earthquake in Mexico City, according to a monitoring agency run by Mexico's Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research: SIMMSA theorized that the artificial quake was caused by all the fans in the city jumping up and down in celebration of the goal, and later noted that a similar reading was detected in Lima following a goal by Peru's team in World Cup qualifier in last November.
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