All posts tagged guina’ang

Guina’ang Inspiration Center Vision

Posted on February 2, 2013 at 6:03am by russs.net Comments Off
Guina’ang Inspiration Center Vision

“We envision building inspiration centers with schools throughout the Cordilleras to empower the upcoming generations to meet the challenges of our times.  Inspiration Centers will be open spaces that allow the youth to cultivate creativity, self-learning, and planet-consciousness through multi-media, meetings, movies and more.  Each center will be constructed out of local trash, earth, organic resources and the motifs and ancestral architecture of the […]

Guina’ang Diamond Mandala

Posted on December 12, 2012 at 9:43pm by Russell Maier Comments Off
Guina’ang Diamond Mandala

Guina’ang is a small and humble mountain village in the Northern Philippines.  It takes 12 hours to get there from Manila and another two by rough road from Bontoc.  I’ve been working with Guina’ang for the last two years after getting lost hiking and being helped out by the kind staff.   Sarah Queblatin and I planted the intention of making […]

The 1Book’s impact unfolds…

Posted on July 31, 2012 at 9:59am by Russell Maier Comments Off
The 1Book’s impact unfolds…

I have just returned from a rugged bike ride to check on our Guina’ang 1Book project.  They say that “One good deed is greater than the grandest intention.”  Well, the greatness is even greater when you’ve got hundreds of deeds AND a great intention!

In the village of Guina’ang we have been staging a collaborative drive for 1Books from around the […]