Saving Noah

Julie Marks

Los Angeles, United States

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Our group has many challenges that
includes doing your best work and
healing physical and emotional pain.
The campaign for Noah, an animal rights
organization offers T-shirts as one way
of supporting this important organization
to help restore life to our damaged planet.
The photo of one of their t-shirts says
“Hisst Da T-Shirt!! that shows is an
amazing graphic of Noah’s Art that also can
be seen in Los Angeles at the Skirball
center that produces many wonderful
events including the inspirational Noah’s
Ark installation that is an amazing
artistic masterpiece. For many years,
my charitable parents have dedicated much money to this wonderful facility. The current
charitable event supports landmine victims
that need immediate attention to resume
their lives. The Campaign for Misereor,
a relief organization that helps the poor and
disadvantaged has many volunteers
who are always on call. The compaign for
The National Sea Rescue Institute, a non-
profit organization is run by highly skilled
volunteers all over the world. When
I lived in Malibu for several years, I
and my friends saved the birds from oil
spills and when leasing a house
for the summer, a baby seal was washed
up on the shore who lost its mother and
was suffering from Phnemonia. I ran down
the path after I was alerted by
many people to save the seal. The ancient
path was was the trail of the Chumash
Indians, a sacred burial ground. I will
never forget wrapping the seal in blankets
and looking into its wide terrified and
poignant eyes before the animal rescue
services arrived to save the beautiful
baby seal’s life. The coast in California
is beautiful and watching the dolphins
play and the seals among other sea
life is inspirational. In September, the
Tom Shoe’s challenge will end and
I will describe this as our next charitable
event to help remove 4.700 toxic
substances to heal the bays and
oceans. I think of our group, “the
healing journey” as a way to
help the many tragic events
that have afflicted animals and
people. This graphic is part
of my series, “Every tree tells
of hides a story.”

Please view this macro bark-art
photograph in the large format!!

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