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Raw Inspirations Radio! Deep Deep Cleansing with Robert Cussar and Robert Williams

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Okay so if you've ever seen a pic of Robert Cussar's abs, you'll know that you want to listen to what this guy has to say about getting the body cleaned out and in shape. Oh my goodness. These two champions of Ultimate Superfoods have sponsored the 2012 Quantum Leap Visionary Culture Soul Nourishment Experience Powered By The Bliss Bar with yummy ingredients from their Superfoods warehouse. Also on this episode, we'll get the Fruit Tree Tour update from Megan Watson and Doug Fuller of Common Vision. Common Vision: Founded in 1999, Common Vision is a solution-focused nonprofit organization, a project of International Humanities Center. Common Vision’s mission is to cultivate ecological awareness and respect for the Earth while generating social and environmental changes towards sustainable lifestyles. We integrate concepts of ecology with the traditions, music, and art of cultures that live or have lived in harmony with the Earth. Fruit Tree Tour: Next spring Common Vision will run its sixth annual Fruit Tree Tour—a 20-city, 70-day tour planting over 1000 fruit trees at urban schools and community centers from Los Angeles to Sacramento. Traveling in veggie oil-powered caravan, 25-earth educators from Common Vision will teach students about earth stewardship, cooperation, and connecting with their environment through a daylong program that includes fruit tree planting, drumming, performance, and earth-conscious hip-hop. The goal of this annual tour is to share with students the messages of cooperation, communication, respect, health, community, positivity, and service to each other and the earth while developing working relationships with teachers, administrators, and community members to integrate sustainability and nutrition into the learning and landscapes of local youth.

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