Monthly Archives: November 2010

>belonging

>’It’s the most precious thing…to know absolutely where you belong. There’s a whole emotional wrapping-around-of-you here. You see the same rock, tree, road, clouds, sun– you develop a nice kind of intimacy with the world around you….Every human being, to … Continue reading

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>contentment

>one who is content with little, has much.–lao tzu

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>making money

>making money … is so revered that it is considered almost anti-social to try to solve the problem at the prevention level. it does not bode well for preventative solutions as long as we are entrenched in the value structure … Continue reading

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>Seeing the Beautiful

>There are a lot of bad things going on but everywhere you see people doing something beautiful – you see beautiful people. The big thing in our society is to help each person discover what is beautiful in them, so … Continue reading

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>’it is so discouraging’

> x wrote: there,  i read some articles in the uk guardian and have a better understanding of what this conference hopes to achieve (not too much, by the sound of it). the time ticks away, and our climate continues … Continue reading

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>the trouble with _life, money & illusion_

>the difficulty with life, money & illusion [lmai] is that almost every page is quotable. this is just the tip of the iceberg!

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>’surely we can do better’

>’poverty is spreading through-out the world while unimaginable wealth accumulates to the credit of a few. health care, education and other social services are increasingly undermined to make way for accelerating money creation. all this dysfunction is occurring when our … Continue reading

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>’a world even more beautiful and even more terrible’

>’In twenty years you’ll probably find a world which is even more beautiful and even more terrible, because that’s the history of humanity. There’ll be more and more people coming together across the boundaries of ecumenism and interfaith, but also … Continue reading

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>pablo suarez

> saw this guy on the cbc last night. he specializes in the use of information for vulnerable  areas. he plays tenor sax in a blues band.

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>A graphic look at the world’s changing climate

> The image above shows the distribution of what scientists call temperature anomalies, in other words, how did temperatures compare to the climatic average.Red areas are warmer than the average; blue are cooler areas; white indicates temperatures around the average … Continue reading

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