Earth Heart Sanctuary: home of Earth stewards, Sunny Baba and Brooke Medicine Eagle. This series introduces a modern-day couple living simply in elegant beauty, symbiotic with the earth. As TV series like “Planet In Peril”†top ratings charts, Earth Heart offers a†timely consideration of the necessity for humans to voluntarily choose intimacy with the natural world.
A bigger picture Meet Sunny Baba at his home Earth Heart Sanctuary during an old-time “barn raising”†as†he and his friends build a hand-hewn log workshop. Explore what quality of life means. The possibility of humans manifesting a more beautiful world thru deepening our vision of what William Wallace meant by the now- famous line from the movie Brave Heart, “every†man dies, but not every men really lives.
Series #2 introduces Father Thomas Berry, a 91-year-old pioneer of the deep ecology movement who delivers an urgent message to build an Ark. Inspired by visionary Dr. Robert De Ropps’,†Church Of The Earth ARK. Brooke†and Sunny echoed Ropps’†vision†for the Ark which includes a garden, a university and a temple. Essentials for human beings to know our true nature, symbiotically bound to the earth.
Do we understand what it means to be native to a place? Sunnys and Brookes lifes are living example of leading a Native lifestyle one that is a daily intimate connection with the earth and the surroundings we call home. A real walking in beauty.
Sunny Baba has been creating uniquely beautiful living structures in communities, personal residences and gypsy wagons, for over 40-years. His heartfelt wisdom is an inspiration to let go of our mental scripts that may limit us from doing a dream or convince us its “not possible”, and so we done imagine much beyond the box of our scripts and find the courage to let our imagination run wild! This courage to take heart and imagine, is perhaps needed now more than ever.
Sunny shares insights he has learned on reusing everthing from water bottles, washing machines, to restoring vintage automobiles. An examination of a radical life of simplicity: of chopping the wood carrying the water.