. . . what a job, come to us, saying at last, over & over . . .
Think Resilience by post carbon institute
just now getting into 3rd of fabulous 22 video lessons !
beautifully done, very reasonable $ ( -no, not to me ! )
do hope my readers will be checking in
come here to line up
here’s what’s awaiting us . . .
. . . damn, ARE WE READY FOR THIS ??
. . . about time to hear it & tell it, this money life of ours attempting to take it all
what a story !
do get the chance to see it in full, as we just did
silent spring here in warm winter
last night, saw it all from beginning
so much more than i ever thought
if about time, sure is here & now
( try it – if not there at her pix, try a click here – )
2-HR PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE SILENT SPRING
thanks again rachel
. . . much less than one month apart
for sure – ma does need us bigtime
one of the best action movies of our time
do take a look
coming back after losing touch
fine subscription always pointing to the do-able & positive -even here
this issue devoted to essays making it happen on our beloved planet
pages well worth living with
So-called modern progress has depended on exploiting the Earth’s resources as if they had no end. We’ve lost touch with the ancient wisdom that we are partners with Earth and all life on it. But we’re approaching a moment when enough of us reclaim our sacred connection with Earth to give us a chance to save a dying planet.
Bigger than Science and Religion – by Richard Schiffman
about genesis farm of dominican sisters of caldwell, n.j. inspired by poet thomas berry’s life vision
Undo! Seven Ways We’re Fixing the Damage – by Diane Brooks
– releasing the rivers
– botanical remedies
– citizen turtle guardians
– swimming pool becomes backyard farm
– making room for carnivores
– asphalt be gone
– rebuild smarter
Wisdom-keepers, United – by Jennifer Browdy, photos by Jane Feldman
when the grandmothers awoke
Fight For Life – by David Goodman
deep in the amazon, a tiny tribe is beating big oil
Alternative Grammar: A New Language of Kinship – by Robin Kimmerer
a new word for “it” to heal our relationship with mother earth
Bioregionalism: Organic borders stronger than political ones by Rachael Stoeve
managing whole rivers in new zealand, mexico, united states
Living Earth Economics – author David Korten interviewed by Editor Dean Paton
YES founder’s new story replacing the gospel of money,
succeeding his When Corporations Rule The World (1995).
Swallowed By Whales – by Kiliii Fish
photographer’s spiritual encounter at sea
Revolution Starts Small and Close To Home – by Wendell Berry
reprinted from Our Only World by kentucky poet-farmer
Stop! take the 30-min to tune into this vital look at the story of seeds from GAIA FOUNDATION and AFRICAN BIODIVERSITY NETWORK, narrated by jeremy irons . . .
( be sure to watch in full-screen. click on expand arrows between “HD” and “vimeo”, lower right corner of video window )
check the site SEEDS OF FREEDOM
The nonhuman world was seen as a collection of objects to be exploited not as subjects to be communed with. We have continued this exploitation in these past four centuries with such passion that the devastation has flowed over into the larger dimensions of the planet, and now we are at a planetwide impasse as regards human consumption and Earth limits. These two are on a collision course. ( thomas berry’s THE SACRED UNIVERSE: EARTH, SPIRITUALITY AND RELIGION IN THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY, ipad kindle loc 1572/2110 )