Get moving. Moving Our Minds Around Our Bodies

Focusing on the navigation of space and becoming conscious of how you move, especially when outdoor ventures are limited, is unsettling and grounding, excruciating and exciting, but always transformative. It’s a trip you can take. “It’s a mind journey,” Dr. Martha Eddy says. “And it’s a mind journey that’s real.” „…it’s hard to remain optimistic about much„Get moving. Moving Our Minds Around Our Bodies“ weiterlesen

„Just be Human“ – a viable solution.

Umair Haque explains. „The Lesson We Should Have Learned From 2020 — But Haven’t“ „…sociality means: I feel happy when you have dignity, worth, purpose, meaning. That is the truth in me, in all of us. I receive the gift of happiness from giving enough sociality to form a relationship with you. That innate tendency„„Just be Human“ – a viable solution.“ weiterlesen

Quarterly Dignilogue Tomorrow

Rosa Reinikainen writes: We are so fortunate at WISR to be linked in with the global network of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies. Evelin Lindner and Linda Hartling have dedicated their lives to the important study of these dynamics. Understanding the dynamics of humiliation is critical to healing from these cycles and restoring our innate„Quarterly Dignilogue Tomorrow“ weiterlesen

Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory

Ronald L. Trosper enlightens us on a new, old path… In an era of growing inequality and political unrest, the principles of an indigenous economic theory need articulation and exploration. The integrity of traditional economic systems can guide Native nations as they work to build healthier societies. The model of the canoe might have something„Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory“ weiterlesen

How many greedy sink a society?

Umair Haque looks at the numbers that brought about the American Crisis. Covid19 is not the problem, it reveals the problem. …because investment levels are now too low to provide the basics. A new, tiny, class of super rich emerges — while the middle and working class now become one amorphous entity resembling neo-peasants. 50% of„How many greedy sink a society?“ weiterlesen

Sustainability begins at home…

Linda Hartling reports – Heather Jo Flores is sharing her book for free… „Want to learn how to grow Food Not Lawns? You can read the entire book for free!! Consider it my gift to the community ❤ The book was published in 2006 so there are some hilariously outdated suggestions (start a discussion group„Sustainability begins at home…“ weiterlesen

Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging

Georgina Kenyon writes for Deutsche Welle… „The coastal old-growth rainforest is home to a multitude of species, including owls, koalas, bent-wing bats and an endearing, flop-eared possum called the yellow-bellied glider. It is also an important stopover for migrating birds. That this area escaped the wildfires that ravaged 5 million hectares in New South Wales, — including„Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging“ weiterlesen

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