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The Day Of Evokation!
The people of my community are all gathered proudly celebrating a success that every other person believed to be exclusive of the foundation they laid. Why not, considering how wide spread the experiment that began in this village?
They are so joyous that people all over the world can point to their village as the first place where the recent popular practice-that is rapidly changing the face of the World-began. But as they role out the drums to celebrate a clean and more prosperous village, My mind's eyes flashed back to where it all began.
Today is March 3, 2010 - "The Day Of Evocation!" Though the people of Igun prefered the date the first project began in their village, they were more interested in the content of the celebration. But what they are not aware of is that the Evocation began long before the physical projects. It began in March 3, 2010 when men from all over the World started to meet in a virtual place to discuss the way forward for our World, to share Ideas and to use our specific regional solutions to solve collective problems.
In the past, celebrations like this would have been greeted with contribution to Global hazards such as carbon (iv) oxide emission and uncombusted chemical pollution from the exhaust of the vehicles that are here today. Or the people might not have been able to afford such vehicles. Also, electricity that is the primary source of Energy for occassions like this could have either be absent or epileptic. But they celebrates without fear.
Thanks to the Biogas initiative, they now have affordable and available Electricity and Fuel for cooking and heating, Locally made Biodiesels now powers their Engines, The society works for the people. Food is sufficient, Water is clean and availlable. This Example is being replicated all over the World. And it is in rapid Expansion.
As we celebrate the "Day Of Evocation" in our own local community, other communities in Darfur, India and America are also in festive moods as a result of the replication of our approach or simply the adoption of the approaches of other agents that are springing up everyday.