„From Humiliation to Dignity“ soon in print

2022 begins with a new book by our founder, Evelin Lindner. Her paraphrased message: I congratulate you all on all your strength and creativity! During these days, as you know, I continue to take care of my 95-year-old father, and unfortunately I can only leave the house for a few minutes. I consider caring for„„From Humiliation to Dignity“ soon in print“ weiterlesen

Indigenous Protest

Dan Baron reports from South America…„Indigenous Groups and their allies across Brazil have been mobilizing amidst the Bolsenario Government’s latest brazen attempt to roll back indigenous rights and bolster the economic interests of powerful agribusinesses. Brazil’s Supreme Court is currently debating a case, referred to as Marco Temporal, that could substantially reduce constitutionally protected indigenous„Indigenous Protest“ weiterlesen

Die drei Ratten Hoffnung: Eine Selbstbeobachtung — Frau Meike

Here is one in German. Frau Meike’s observations also relate to the trauma that everyone feels about the Corona Situation. Pressing the old buttons sometimes works, and often not. 😦 Es waren einmal drei Ratten, die im Wald drei kleinen Häuschen fanden und dort einzogen, jede in eines. In jedem Haus befand sich ein kleiner„Die drei Ratten Hoffnung: Eine Selbstbeobachtung — Frau Meike“ weiterlesen

Dignisim against dehumanization

umair haque strikes a chord with our thoughts on dignity. „Europe became the first great humanist society, the first real humanist project. That’s not just metaphorical — it’s very real. The thinking behind modern Europe, the EU, is that every life deserves to live with dignity and respect and self-determination. Everyone should have the basics.„Dignisim against dehumanization“ weiterlesen

Sometimes the dignified thing is not the successful thing…

Cassie McClure reflects on success – „Paying the Dues for Life and Not for Work“ „… learned to schedule my time — mostly — and learned to listen for that moment in someone’s voice when a conversation becomes more real. It wasn’t always something I could publish, but it was something that continually gave me faith„Sometimes the dignified thing is not the successful thing…“ weiterlesen

IESE and Japan’s Shizenkan launch MBA course on future of capitalism

How wonderful that we are not the only ones speaking of Dignity Economy. „…most schools would probably admit that they have not gotten their best grades when it comes to purpose, to business ethics, to teaching people how to use their powerful positions in order to make the world a better place.” „It is crucial„IESE and Japan’s Shizenkan launch MBA course on future of capitalism“ weiterlesen

Permaculture and Reforestation

„Earthwalker“ Paul Coleman and his wife Konomi Kikuchi have taken poor grazing land in Patagonia and regenerated it naturally. Exemplary for treating people, animals, and the planet with dignity, they were interviewed by the American Farmers for sustainability. Watch here and see even more on the website. https://ourlittlethingpatagonia.wordpress.com/ Earth Day every day. Sustainability, future, wisdom.

Take back our planet

Michael Mann sees a conflict in a global scale. We hope the martial American diction can be improved with dignity. „Fossil fuel companies have, for decades longer than I have been alive, been the largest contributors to the climate crisis that affects my generation today–all in pursuit of profits and growth. In The New Climate War,„Take back our planet“ weiterlesen

There is no dignity in fortune

Umair Haque warns us of coming injustice. The measure of a healthy society is how many people live with dignity. … From dignity comes peace. First in the human heart, and then radiating out across human lives. And in that way, dignity is the key to not repeating the mistakes of the past.  Read more here – https://eand.co/this-is-how-broken-our-economy-really-is-5bd2e70da568„There is no dignity in fortune“ weiterlesen

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