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Please feel free to send in links of anything interesting, uplifting and hopefully inspiring…….

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  1. Submitted by: Lydia

      August 11, 2015 at 3:05 am

    I wrote this after you started your “poach eggs not elephants” campaign. Thank you for bringing this to the public’s attention again.

  2. Submitted by: T S Harvey

      May 2, 2015 at 1:47 pm

    As a film maker I thought you might like to take a look at this for a future project. Free to download for five days

  3. Submitted by: Saverio Di Sensi

      April 24, 2015 at 8:37 pm

    Good Day,

    I am the CEO for Global Wildlife Warriors and I can reach about 15,000 members with one post. I would like to know is who do I contact for many of our Warriors who would like to help with your latest campaign? We have bOots on the ground and in 30 schools in Kenya and Tanzania, where we plan to teach the students what it meaNs to care for animals

  4. Submitted by: El Chen

      April 11, 2015 at 5:46 pm

    Dear Paul&Detective Lance,
    I know I speak for more than myself when I say I am extremely grateful for you and Stephen for creating such a genuine and loving community on facebook. It lights up my day every time I see a heartwarming post, be it a meme or a video. I’ve been waiting for “the right time” to share with you a cause that I’m passionate about until I realized there’s no better time than now. This is a cause that’s very closely related to Arrow. It’s about embracing humanity.
    I’m a college student at the University of Michigan. When Season 3 of Arrow began airing, I was taking a class called Atonement Project with Shaka Senghor. Shaka shot and killed a man when he was 19. He served 19 years in prison including 7 and a half years in solitary confinement. In 2010, he returned home. Fast forward to today, he is a Ted Talk speaker, a published author and a faculty at UofM. Taking Shaka’s class and watching Arrow at the same time got me asking one question: What’s next for the people Arrow put away? Being arrested can be the end of their stories in the show, but what about in real life where most of them are gonna eventually return home?
    Shaka is an extremely lucky exception because he has people supporting him and teaching him how to love and to forgive while he was incarcerated. A lot of people don’t get to have that. They enter prison – a bitter place – with a bitter heart and a broken support system. I love Arrow, and I know Oliver and his team can’t save everyone. They can’t just suddenly turn all the folks at Iron Heights into the most loving and caring members of our community. Neither can we, but we can start thinking. And maybe me sharing this story with you will do something. Maybe we can do something. Thank you!

    Lots of Love,

    Here are some links I want to share with you
    Shaka’s Ted Talk:

    Atonement Project

    Prison Creative Arts Project (you just followed us on Twitter @umichPCAP)

  5. Submitted by: AKIRA TSUDA

      April 11, 2015 at 7:43 am

    i watched 24 and person of interest, so i knew you.
    your action move my heart and i become your fan!

  6. Submitted by: Catherine

      March 8, 2015 at 11:30 pm

    Loved you in Dresden Files and have watched the repeats where I find them. You are an entertaining actor and although you take the prize in Arrow The Dresden Files were weightier and not so much ‘pretty’! Keep on wowing us.

  7. Submitted by: Andrew

      January 21, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    Thank you Paul and everyone responsible for producing “This American Journey”.

    I just watched it and felt compelled to say thank you for reminding me that there is still some good in this country.

    I was moved, touched and given some much needed hope. Thank you for helping to temper my cynicism with love, understanding and empathy.

  8. Submitted by: Nia Ripley

      November 27, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Just dropping a great review about the amazing job you do with your character Det. lance on Arrow. I wish you continued success and may the blessings continue to find you and bring you to the screen for us all to enjoy your work! Congratulations , Well Done! Two thumbs Up!

  9. Submitted by: Nacho

      April 1, 2013 at 1:29 pm

    Hi Paul, nice to sign your guestbook. I’ve been looking at your photos and they are great.

    You are a great actor and a better person. I wish you the best. Greetings from a Spanish fan forever.

  10. Submitted by: Catalina

      November 1, 2011 at 3:37 am

    I just wanted to say that I thing you are absolutely amazing!

    You are a great actor, a very talented photographer and I just love you! :)) I really do….

  11. Submitted by: Elizabeth

      August 8, 2011 at 4:00 am

    Sachal Jazz: an opportunity for musicians from Lahore’s late film industry to perform again
    Their story was aired on PRI’s The World (25 July 2011):

    Their innovative (and uplifting) version of Dave Brubeck’s “Take Five”:

    More information about Sachal Jazz at

  12. Submitted by: Leslie

      February 6, 2011 at 4:05 am


    On Wednesday, February 9th at 2:00pm (local time) we will be having a Sacred Circle of Sound Meditation at The Centre in Cairo EGYPT.

    We ask anyone who would like to participate, anywhere in the world to join us in spirit. We are at an important point in time for all of humanity. Egypt is a fulcrum, what happens here will impact everyone. In an effort to evolve consciously rather than move back into the old paradigm of power struggles we ask that you join us in setting an intention for the highest good for all of humanity. To help us create a space for new, unimagined, paradigms to emerge.

    The purpose of this gathering is to come together as friends and share an intention for the best possible outcome for Egypt. This is not a political gathering in anyway it is meant for friends to come together for healing, emotional support, and to realign our selves with Divine unfolding. There is no agenda we are just creating a sacred space for healing and re-centering. The past 12 days have been a roller-coaster ride, and it is not over yet. We all need some grounding and support.

    We will be playing the crystal bowls brought to Egypt by Circle of Sound, as well as setting an intention of Harmony, Acceptance, Unity, Joy and Compassion for all. There will also be a group meditation. If you play any instrument and would like to bring it to the gathering please do.

    If anyone would like to use the Al-chemia Remedies to assist them through this time, they will be available. Please bring a clean container to the gathering to take the remedy home with you. You will use the remedy at home in your own sacred space.

    For those who would like to join us from other locations the format will be:
    -We will begin by observing a minute of silence for all those who have died on all sides.
    -Then form the circle with bowls and players and everyone, sitting around the circle.
    -Clarify the intentions of Harmony, Acceptance, Unity, Joy and Compassion among all beings of the planet.
    -Play the bowls for approximately fifteen minutes.
    -Reaffirm our intentions of Harmony, Acceptance, Unity, Joy and Compassion among all beings of the planet.
    -Observe a twenty minute silent meditation.
    -Dispense remedies to anyone who would like to use them.

    We would like to begin promptly at 2:00pm Cairo time (12:00pm GMT ). The gathering will last approximately an hour. If you cannot attend the gathering at the Centre please join us in spirit.

    I am posting the information on my blog so that people outside of Egypt will join us from wherever they are.

  13. Submitted by: Meda

      September 6, 2010 at 6:12 pm


    “While The World Sleeps – you had better believe that somewhere there is a nature photographer getting ready to be in the right place, at the right time, for the right light.”

    John De Bord
    Photographer on Redbubble

    Redbubble is a forum and online are community where photographers and graphic designers place their best work. It might be worth a look. You can but your best pieces on the site for comment and advice from other amateur and professional photographers.

  14. Submitted by: Sundeep

      August 28, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    Golden Temple, Amritsar

    The Dehli to Manhattan post is a great insight into the diversity across the places. Reference is made to many people, culture, music, environmental issues and places, It is the reference made to one such place that i wished to give further information – the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India. It is a place that has inspired me, and had a major impact on many that have had the good fortune to visit it.

    The following link gives insight to the place, the history, and photos through the ages:
    I hope you enjoy your visit.

  15. Submitted by: THE ARTISTS FORUM/AF MAG

      August 19, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    The Artists Forum, Inc. (AF) is a NY State not-for-profit, multi-arts service organization, specializing in events, competitions, and media for artists.

    We produce an array of programs designed to educate and enhance the careers of the under-served artist – programs that help artists structure sound business dealings, legally protect their interests, utilize new techniques and technologies, address healthcare needs, and provide accessible avenues to display their work.

    Along with a variety of juried competitions, showcases, web resources, online magazine, and televised programming, AF further expands artists’ opportunities by providing relaxed business building networking events for our members and supporters: musicians, writers, singers, actors, producers, dancers, filmmakers, visual artists, industry professionals and art enthusiasts.

    For more information, visit:,,,,,

  16. Submitted by: Teresa

      January 23, 2008 at 6:03 pm

    The Green Guide

    I stumbled on this while helping my cousin with a report on eco-friendly home products.

  17. Submitted by: AP

      January 11, 2008 at 5:58 pm
  18. Submitted by: AP

      January 8, 2008 at 5:57 pm
    Photography website
    Another photography website. Also, if possible, check out the BBC/Sundance Channel documentary about Mr. Leonard and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, “Saving Jazz”.
    I have not yet seen any of these DVD’s but they are getting great reviews.

  19. Submitted by: Phillipa

      December 19, 2007 at 5:54 pm

    Help for young families

    Home – Start is a voluntary charity that helps support families with at least one child under 5 who have or are in risk of reaching crisis point, or are at a time in their lives where they find they need a shoulder to lean on and a friend to listen. We offer practical, emotional and other support by trained volunteers for these families so that we can help them to increase thier quality of life and build a brighter future for thier children, and the family unit as a whole.

    There are appx 338 shemes across the UK, and each have to find and apply for funding yearly to be able to run and support our families. So please, if you do a lot of fundraising, or are looking to volunteer for a good cause, then please do keep us in mind as we are always in need of help to keep running and providing the service.

    Please take a look at the website to get more of an idea of what we do, and if you wish to help us then great, and if you feel yourself or someone you know would benefit from the support we offer then you are able to find a local scheme through the links on the site to get advice from.

    Thanks all, and hope everyone has a wonderful xmas

  20. Submitted by: Teresa

      December 19, 2007 at 5:53 pm

    Project Green Gift

    One of my clients created this program. The following a brief overview from the “How it works” section of the website:

    “ carbon dioxide offsets are being achieved through a tree-planting program undertaken by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai (CSK) Tribes in the State of Montana. The CSK Tribes are comprised of the Bitterroot Salish, the Pend d’Oreille and the Kootenai tribes. They currently reside in the Flathead Reservation which is made up of 1.3 million acres in northwest Montana but their ancestors lived in the territory now known as western Montana, parts of Idaho, British Columbia and Wyoming.

    Each recipient will receive an Environmental Remediation Certificate from Sustainable Forestry Management Ltd. (SFM) certifying that trees planted will offset your CO2 emissions for one year”.

  21. Submitted by: Stephanie

      December 19, 2007 at 5:51 pm

    A Green Alternative to AAA

    Many Americans use AAA for roadside assistance, and I used to be one of them. I had no idea that AAA was an anti-environmental lobby that was working to try to stop the Clean Air Act and block efforts to increase public transportation use.

    There’s a new auto club that is much more environmentally friendly. They donate 1% of profits for environmental causes and even have roadside assistance for bicyclists.

    The fees are comparable and you’ll feel better too:

  22. Submitted by: Suzee

      December 11, 2007 at 5:50 pm

    Koko the Gorilla

    Who could possibly leave out that wonderful gorilla named Koko? I will never forget the picture of her cuddling her first little kitten. Koko is the amazing gorilla who has learned over 1,000 signs in American Sign Language and she loves communicating with Penny. They’re working with her to help them find ways to save the rapidly declining gorilla population.

    You can find out more about her and her fellow gorillas at:

  23. Submitted by: AP

      December 8, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Holiday shopping
    Anyone who still needs to do some holiday shopping…
    Kiva lets you connect with and loan money to unique small businesses in the developing world. By choosing a business on, you can “sponsor a business” and help the world’s working poor make great strides towards economic independence.
    Nothing But Nets is a grassroots campaign to save lives by preventing malaria, a leading killer of children in Africa. With just $10, you can send a bed net that can save a child’s life.
    Trees for Life helps people plant fruit trees in developing countries. Each tree protects the environment and provides a low-cost, self-renewing source of food for a large number of people. Since their inception in 1984, more than 2.5 million people have participated in the programs and more than 30 million trees have been planted in developing countries.

  24. Submitted by: Amy Lanier

      December 7, 2007 at 5:42 pm

    Health Riders

    This is a wonderful organization that takes medicine for patients with AIDS and other diseases out into the countryside in Africa. These people would never be able to get treatment because they live so far away from any clinics. This project takes the medication to the people on motorcycles and the riders teach the people how to use the medication. Please visit this site to find out more about this amazing organization and how you can contribute if you would like to do so.

  25. Submitted by: Suzee

      December 4, 2007 at 5:46 pm

    Search for Cures, Predict Climate Changes, Search for ET

    This is an oldie but goody. I got into it by being one of the pioneers in the SETI@Home (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) program run through the university at Berkeley, California. I didn’t really have a choice about getting involved. I was born in Roswell, New Mexico and you’re pretty much required to believe in extra-terrestrial life if you’re from there. When a UFO crashes in your backyard it’s hard not to notice. ; >)

    Anyway, SETI@Home started around a decade ago. You just signed up and got the software to help them process a portion of their tens of thousands of hours of data on your computer in the background or as a screensaver. They finish calculating and searching in less time and you contribute a little something to the endeavor.

    It has been such a success as people from around the world clamor to join that other scientists decided to get in on the action. So new software called BOINC was designed to allow other science projects to use the computing power available in personal computers around the world. Now you go to the site below and it has links and directions on installing BOINC software on your computer. Then you can link to the SETI@Home project, the Rosetta Project, Climate Prediction project and many others. You can run more than one at a time. There are many different science projects that you can be a part of to help make the world a better place. BOINC runs in the background and/or as a screensaver with the parameters that YOU get to choose so it doesn’t interfere with your computer use.

  26. Submitted by: Suzee

      November 27, 2007 at 5:41 pm

    Wonderful Sites to Click and Help

    I go to these sites every morning as part of my waking-up process. All you have to do is go to the site and CLICK in the spot they indicate to get food for rescued animals, help save rainforests, feed the hungry, get medical attention for children, help with breast cancer research, and increase literacy throughout the world. I start with the Animal Rescue Site and work my way across the tabs to click on each of the click-donation buttons every day.

    They have a second way to help, too, and that’s to purchase items from each site. Proceeds go to the indicated charity. I try to buy as many birthday and holiday presents through them as I can. They have many items from around the world that are unusual and fun. This way I get to donate to causes I believe in AND I also get to tell others about them by sending the gifts and passing on the info that way.

    By clicking on the site below you can reach all of the charities. There are tabs across the top of the screen to access the others. You don’t have to buy anything to donate, just click and the advertisers donate. If you want to give more, then you can purchase items or donate directly.

  27. Submitted by: Zarina

      November 22, 2007 at 5:39 pm

    Free Rice: Have fun and feed the hungry

    For each word you get right, they donate 10 grains of rice to end world hunger – doesn’t sound like much, but the vocab game is addictive and the grains add up quickly!

    Here’s how it works: Play the game, advertisements appear on the bottom of your screen. The money generated by these advertisements is then used to buy the rice. The rice is donated to/distributed by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP).

    Free Rice: claims to be a no profit site, and so far I haven’t found anything to contradict that claim, so “Play and feed a hungry person”. :)

  28. Submitted by: Teresa

      November 14, 2007 at 5:37 pm

    NY Times Green Tech Page

    “News about hybrid technology, electric cars, and vehicles that run on alternative fuel, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.”

    I stumbled on this while researching potential new transportation. (I’m fearing the diagnosis of my current car’s transmission.) The articles are mainly business related but that’s helpful info to have when making a case. Not all the information is positive, unfortunately, but educational to say the very least. Read with caution and care.

    You’ll have to register with the site for the full archive.

  29. Submitted by: Stephanie

      November 2, 2007 at 4:42 am


    Washoe, the first chimpanzee to learn human sign language, just passed away a few days ago, but you can read about her life and find out more about the other chimps in her family, some of which learned sign language directly from her:

  30. Submitted by: Catherine

      October 30, 2007 at 4:41 am

    This young man and his photography are a tribute to the power one person can have in the big scheme of things. He lived his life with passion and compassion.

  31. Submitted by: AP

      October 29, 2007 at 4:39 am
    Environmental photography site
    A National Geographic website that provides green living tips, etc.
    Donates funds through the United Nations to help end world hunger

  32. Submitted by: Stephanie

      October 24, 2007 at 4:38 am


    Even if you are not a surfer, you can still support the Surfrider Foundation. Surfrider is an environmental organization that works to protect our oceans and beaches. Additionally, Surfrider is one of the few organizations out there actively working to protect low-impact beach access for all (meaning: they fight developers who want to take public beaches and turn them into private playgrounds for a select affluent few).

    For more information, please go to:

  33. Submitted by: Teresa

      October 12, 2007 at 4:31 am


    Most of the causes I support are very local so posting them really wouldn’t be of interest to many here. Instead, I’d like to encourage all of you to find and support your local animal shelter, women’s center and any organization that furthers the safety/education/general wellbeing of the children in your community.

    As for resources… I’m a bit of a bookworm: will let you search for poetry based on poet or theme. There are all sorts of fun things in this site (provided you find poetry fun, of course).

    If you’ve ever a book and wanted to find something similar, try

    There’s also a myspace-inspired reading site called You can network with other bibliophiles.

    I’m not sure if this would be considered a commercial site since you can buy his books through it, but I’d like to suggest for the “Featured Essay” and “Writing Life” sections. He usually has some fun and interesting blog entries.

  34. Submitted by: IntempestaNox

      October 8, 2007 at 4:27 am


    This home for aging pachyderms, retired from zoos, circuses, etc is nestled in the hills of Tennessee. The refuge is for African and Asian elephants, and provides lush land to roam and munch on, spring-fed ponds to drink from and splash about in, and a safe, warm environment (heated barns) for colder days and nights or whenever they desire it. “The Elephant Sanctuary” is not open to the public, but its site does have a live “Elecam” for viewing.

  35. Submitted by: V

      October 5, 2007 at 4:27 am

    Scott Huckabay has an interesting life story and musical journey. His message is one of healing, joy, and peace, through music.

    His MySpace page (listen to Secret Portal, one of my favorites):
    His website:

  36. Submitted by: V

      October 5, 2007 at 4:24 am


    Here is a collection of websites that will hopefully challenge you to wake up. This is an amazing time to be alive. Ancient Wisdom is being brought out into the open. Modern science is making new discoveries that only a decade ago would be considered science fiction – quantum physics, anyone? Stop believing and start thinking!

    Science of Being

    The Theosophical Society

    Another site with a focus on the works of H.P.B., founder of The Theosophical Society

    Association for Research and Enlightenment

    What the Bleep Do We Know!?

  37. Submitted by: IntempestaNox

      October 5, 2007 at 4:16 am


    I happened upon this site a while back that was started by the author of the book (Pay it Forward) that turned movie, and thought it was an inspiring concept.
    I think many of us pay it forward in various ways, but probably not often to strangers. One situation that I felt grateful for happened in December of 2006. I was heading home and going through a toll, when someone in front of me did the simple act of paying for my toll too. On top of that, the toll collector said “Bless you, and have a Merry Christmas.” I don’t hear holiday cheer spread all that often these days, so that coupled with the nice “pay it forward” put a smile on my face that evening. And what did I do on my way home? I paid a few other people’s tolls.

  38. Submitted by: V

      October 5, 2007 at 4:11 am


    We, as humans, are made up of between 55% to 65% water. About 70% of our planet is covered by oceans – that does not include polar ice caps, glaciers, underground aquifers & wells, rivers, lakes, etc. Science is beginning (finally) to understand the connection between mind and body. What we think, what we feel, impacts our “personal ocean” as well as our global ocean. Check out these sites for more information:

    Dr Masaru Emoto’s Love & Thanks to Water:

    Overview of Dr Masaru Emoto’s work and interviews:

    Healing Energy & Water by Steve Gamble:

  39. Submitted by: MJ (female)

      October 4, 2007 at 4:09 am


    In some cities, mass transportation is not an option for people. So, how to reduce fuel usage?

    Here’s an article about a man who’s determined to get the most milage out of a vehicle (including tips!)

  40. Submitted by: Amy

      October 3, 2007 at 4:36 am


    “A Talking Picture” (Orig. Portuguese “Um Filme Falado”) circa. 2003. Director: Manoel de Oliveira

    I have seen this film several times over the past few years and I am touched with each viewing. Watching films in which their lessons’ lingers intrugues me; this film does just that. It’s a film that carries an historical and philosophical lesson and teaches us how connected we are to our past, present, and future.

    I hope it enhances your thoughts on our world.

  41. Submitted by: Stephanie

      September 23, 2007 at 4:08 am


    Please check out my blog “Carless in SoCal” where I chronicle my (sometimes feeble) attempts to stop using my car as my first option for transportation:

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