Monthly Archives: September 2006

>back to the garden – carbon and humus

>permaculture is about discovering nature/god’s patterns and implementing them in our agriculture, and indeed our culture as a whole. if life has a number, it’s the number six: carbon. carbon exists in many forms. of course, it is concentrated in … Continue reading

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>sustainable differences

>in an open journal post, i mentioned that even within the local community there are divergent views which cause paralysis. take ‘sustainability’ fer instance. in my girlfriend’s group, some members believe that we cannot sustain our culture at the current … Continue reading

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>"We are a throw-away society and that is a measure of our poor stewardship of our wealth."

>Ain’t that the truth. The greater truth is that we each possess an infinite capacity to change and the ability to choose change for the better. Day 5’s post has a lot of great ideas.Day 5: Abandon disposablesfrom Thirty Days … Continue reading

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>"Bruce Cockburn: Telling the Truth About the Human Condition"

>E Magazine interview: “Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn’s 29th album, Life Short Call Now (Rounder) is being released this month and it continues to showcase his unique position as a sometimes-angry analyst of the world scene… “Cockburn, a devout Christian, is … Continue reading

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>30 Days Towards Sustainability

>A new series highlighting practical actions people can do to move towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

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>last night of beta

>the final topic was about generosity, specifically monetary generosity. i enjoyed the nicky gumble talk vey much, and the discussion afterwards, too. our small group was even smaller tonight: six, including the two leaders. the discussion was as much about … Continue reading

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