More than twenty years ago, Cynthia Jurs of Chupadero, New Mexico, traveled up the mountains of Tibet to consult with a 106-year-old monk about what she could do to help heal an ailing world. She was instructed to plant earth healing vases in hot spots around the world. Months later, the vases had been made in Tibet and delivered to her home in New Mexico where they sat on a shelf for some years while Cynthia tried to think what to do with them. But then she began to plant them in places all around the world from the Antarctic to Thaliand, and finally in Africa, in Liberia. With her on this program are a former Liberian general, Christian Bethelson, and a member of the Liberian group Everyday Gandhis, William Jacobs who lead us through the inspirational burial of the Earth Treasure Vase in a small Liberian village as a healing from the long civil war in that country.