Monthly Archives: March 2019

What Happened Next, Apparently

image by amira_a from flickr, via pixhere, cc by 2.0 What apparently happened was that among the eight humans who had seemingly gathered on the beach to watch the sunset, it was suddenly realized that there was no one. That … Continue reading

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Links of the Quarter: March 2019

I posted a special ‘links of the month’ in January to showcase some important new writing about civilization’s collapse, so this quarter’s links are a bit lighter in both volume and tone than usual. Hope you enjoy them. PREPARING FOR … Continue reading

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We Can’t Imagine

image from spirit111 at pixabay cc0 to see that there is no ‘us’, nothing apart, that everything is just a wondrous appearance, that there is only ‘oneness’ (though that poor word doesn’t begin to describe it, it’s as close as a ‘language … Continue reading

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Collaboration is the Hallmark of Community

I‘ve spent many hours over the past four months rehearsing for a choir performance, a benefit for our local food bank. The world premiere concert was last night and played to a sold-out crowd, and it was a huge success … Continue reading

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A New Model for Transition?

It’s been a while since I’ve written on this blog about a real ‘aha!’ moment. Thanks to Kate Raworth, I just had one. Kate is the author of The Doughnut Economy, an astonishingly simple economic model that captures our current … Continue reading

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