Imagine... a movement inspired by the arts to open the eyes of Americans to the plight of their own people. Imagine, through art, music and poetry, we are shining a much needed light on our own crisis: HOMELESSNESS
Art4TheHomeless was once a blog called Colors of Ink with Blogcharm, which closed down. Nutang, became the new home of Colors of Ink and was renamed Art4TheHomeless, by a really good friend, Samantha Medd. She is now the Co-Founder of Art4TH.
Now Art4TH is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization that unites artists of all venues to promote homeless awareness in the US.
Art4TH does this through the Art4TH Webzine, a monthly online magazine that features a musician whose music plays throughout the website, a feature artist, and a feature writer while also featuring a homeless relief organization. All artists featured retain their copyrights and all of it is free. If you would like to be a featured artist, musician, or writer contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tuesday. 3.24.09 11:56 am
I am going to be on the news! Not sure when, but I was interviewed by CBS Atlanta about Art4TheHomeless and it went well. I was interviewed in the studio which was way cool.
I am so happy that nutang is back up and fine! I missed blogging here. I had 14 members join my Art4TH community in the span of one day taking it up to around 84 members which is awesome and I have over 700 followers on twitter.
People around the world have been showing support for Art4TH and this has humbled me and shown me that I am on the right path for my life. Only God could move like this.
Yesterday after the interview, I went down to Little 5 to hang with my friends there. I was flipping through the gem book--Denise and Darryl have tons of gems because Darryl wraps them--and I stumbled across a neat one: Moldivite. This is a rare one. It was the result of a meteorite hitting earth and the gasses exploded or something leaving the residue called moldivite.
The book said it would take you to another world because of the extraterrestial properties and I do believe that crystals and stones have something in them, but come on..aliens?
Denise told me about how Darryl had an injury. He had cut his finger while cutting wire and they went to the store to get him some meds and gauze. Darryl put the moldivite onto his wound and just kinda relaxed in the sun while Denise ran in to the store to get some meds. She was gone for about 10 minutes but when she got back, the wound was gone.
Denise and Darryl are not the types to exaggerate or make up things so I was like, Okay I will check it out. So I went down to Crystal Blue and they let me see the moldivite. It was in a case with light on it.
The moment I touched the stone, I felt as if I were hit by electricity. It was so amazing. It literally pulsed with life in my hand. I had connected with the stone and I just kinda played with them. I held around 5 in my hand and one of the guys who worked there told me, "You should be feeling a buzz or something" and I was. It was amazing.
Usually I have an asthma attack when I walk back from Little 5 to the train station because of the hills, but I only got out of breath and I have yet to have an attack today. It's usually pretty controlled, but Atlanta has a zillion hills that my lungs can't seem to get along with.
Moldivite, because of it's rarity, is kinda high. I held probably over $500 worth. I am going to get one piece when I get my income tax refund. That stone had an amazing affect on me.
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