Monthly Archives: June 2009

It’s Our Turn to Eat: How Politics Works and Why Activism is So Important

BLOG It’s Our Turn to Eat: How Politics Works and Why Activism is So Important After the Bioneers conference last year, I wrote about the 24 steps to make political activism more effective. And, as the chart above shows, activism has … Continue reading

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6:20

BLOG 6:20 by judy quinn this is my first attempt at translation of a creative work. i hope the author will forgive my misunderstandings and my clumsiness. the poem is the first prize winner of the en route poetry prize … Continue reading

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Words and Pictures: Thoughts for the Weeks of June 7 and 14, 2009

BLOG Words and Pictures: Thoughts for the Weeks of June 7 and 14, 2009 Taking a bit of a hiatus from links of the week. In its place, here are some remarkable words and pictures that you have pointed me … Continue reading

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Slowing Down, Making Space

BLOG Slow Down and Make Space As you may have guessed from recent posts, I’m in a very contemplative and self-preoccupied space lately. Much of my writing has been about what I call “Let-Self-Change”, based on the principle that we … Continue reading

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the way we are

BLOG the way we are it seems to me that the description of our world as an asylum, a hospital, a prison, is a fair one. everything tells me there is something terribly wrong with the way we live now, … Continue reading

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Steps Toward the Present: More Mindful Wandering

BLOG Steps Toward the Present Last week I was recuperating from a back injury, so I had more than the usual amount of time for reflection, time to do nothing, and I really like the space it’s left me in. … Continue reading

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