Charles Eisenstein, Helena Norberg-Hodge

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1110839101776&ca=ca56b113-b4ae-43be-a9da-1a783a46b746 “Helena’s critique of global corporate capitalism because it contains a radical element that differs from ordinary left radical thinking. She questions much of what traditional leftists take for granted, including the superiority of Western epistemology, technology, education, and the trajectory of socioeconomic development based on them. She was one of the first Western voices…

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Hope, Cynicism and Reality?

“While his vocation doesn’t directly challenge established power, his redirection of his life energy helps establish a kind of field or template for others to do the same. His example encourages other kinds of non-participation. When any of us meet someone who rejects dominant norms and values, we feel a little less crazy for doing…

Cape May

A glimpse into a meditation for the vitality of Delaware Bay. On my way here, I listened to an interview with author Callum M. Roberts. He wrote a book recently called The Unnatural History of the Sea. “As Callum M. Roberts reveals in The Unnatural History of the Sea, the oceans’ bounty didn’t disappear overnight.…