Monthly Archives: September 2010

>life, money & illusion: living on earth as if we want to stay [lmai]

>by mike nickerson, 2006, seven generations publishing, lanark, on–good read

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>farmers markets and libraries

>oh my! is there anything better to being civilized?

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>flipping the rock

>i am trying to learn to flip things, to turn over the rock, to see the positive in the negative (without sounding flippant!). maybe power generation has to meet the needs, but, even if it’s renewable and recyclable, don’t the … Continue reading

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>’i’d like to teach the world to sing’

>there’s a song from my youth that begins ‘i’d like to teach the world to sing‘too bad it was a coca-cola commerciali became a teacher of english as a subsequent languagetoo bad i had a cavernous malformationso now i’m trying … Continue reading

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>’for we are all somehow dreadfully cracked about the head, and sadly need mending.’

>‘Heaven have mercy on us all – Presbyterians and Pagans alike – for we are all somehow dreadfully cracked about the head, and sadly need mending.‘ Herman Melville

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>baby bust

>A Baby Bust has replaced the Baby Boom. The reason? Empowerment of women. A massive reduction in child mortality, combined with educated mothers pursuing their own advancement and in control of birth control, has helped to drop the average human … Continue reading

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>seed magzine

>david suzuki recommends seed magzine, readable science. here’s a taste— With population and per-capita consumption both on the rise, it’s hard to believe humanity’s impact on the Earth is sustainable. But what would happen if we ate less meat? Or … Continue reading

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>how do i really feel?

>i have to be honest with myself. uh oh. it’s me. i can’t help myself but do it. it’s bigger than me. thank god/dess, cuz i can’t do it by myself. i need god/dess, i need community, and most importantly … Continue reading

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>it’s all about…

>there are five kinds of people: those who think it’s all about me; those who think it’s all about god/dess; those who think it’s all about someone/thing else; those who think it’s all about randomness; and those who don’t think … Continue reading

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>the story of stuff

>the story of stuff

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