Monthly Archives: April 2009

30 Thoughts in 30 Minutes

illustration by british artist/architect mary mattingly As I suspected when I wrote about Beth’s list of 30 Thoughts in 30 Minutes, when I tried the exercise myself my mind filled with unanswered questions. I sat comfortably by the fire with no … Continue reading

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The World’s Most Important Questions

BLOG The World’s Most Important Questions My friend Paul wrote, in response to my recent ‘pessimistic’ article on why we can’t afford to prevent climate change: That leaves me wondering: What are the most useful questions we can ask now? … Continue reading

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Why Polyamory is Good for You… and the World

BLOG Why Polyamory is Good for You… and the World For those new to this blog, polyamory is loving more than one person at a time, without jealousy or possessiveness. This was the way I lived throughout much of my … Continue reading

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Links for the Week: April 4, 2009

BLOG Links for the Week: April 4, 2009 owl photos by Chris Roth (thanks to Tree for the link) Thirty Thoughts in Thirty Minutes: Cassandra/Beth records the twitter-like results of thinking intentionally for thirty minutes. My favourite: “Have I done … Continue reading

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Why We Can’t ‘Afford’ to Prevent Climate Change

BLOG Why We Can’t Afford to Prevent Climate Change Growth is unsustainable. Period. A lot of (even progressive) economists still don’t seem to get this. “Of course the recession will end soon, and we’ll be back to ‘healthy’ growth again,” … Continue reading

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