The spring wild edible harvest from my urban forest garden — Claytonia perfoliata, Viola odorata, Barbarea verna, Pisum sativum, Aquilegia vulgaris, Rumex acetosa, Sanguisorba minor.
Linda Ann Long, USA:
"The famous Swedish author Jonas Jonasson is punishing his very own son in his selfish, egotistical efforts to wrongly punish his son's mother. It is wrong and cruel for Jonas to deprive Alex of a relationship with their son. However, it is even crueler, and abusive, for Jonas to deprive Jonatan of the biological mother who has so much to offer and loves her son so very much."
March 11 is Jonatan's birthday. It should be a happy moment — Jonatan blowing out the candles on the birthday cake that his mom made. But from 2009 until 2017, there is no contact whatsoever between Jonatan and his mother, not a even a photo is sent by the famous Swedish author Jonas Jonasson, Jonatan's father, who really knows the best and most efficient way to abuse women and children, that is by separating the mothers from their children.
Please #SaveJonatan by sharing and signing this petition, goo.gl/9dRqdY.
You can read the story of Jonatan at Tabloid Nova, goo.gl/qmX9qA.
Only your ACTIVE bystandership, good Samaritanship, that can save Jonatan's soul. It is the prayer of Jonatan's mother that Jonatan can be the light of the world, the salt that has its saltiness, a morally courageous and compassionate human being who benefits ALL sentient beings.
Here is the video of Jonas Jonasson's son Jonatan Jonasson Tjoa dragged on the floor by the perjurious Swedish social service worker Kerstin Olofsson because he refused to return to his father. Jonatan finally agreed to go home to his father if his mother carried him on her shoulders, goo.gl/z1XNr6.
My child Jonatan,
May you become at all times, both now and forever: a protector for those without protection; a guide for those who have lost their way; a ship for those with oceans to cross; a bridge for those with rivers to cross; a sanctuary for those in danger; a lamp for those without light; a place of refuge for those who lack shelter; and a servant to all in need.