“Taking the Food Forest to City Hall” - International Permaculture Awareness Week. New Myth #78. Vision by Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Media
This title seems taken right out from the world of Utopia. I said seems. What would it take for our world to start on this road toward happiness for all? For the last 3000 years we were presented different theories, religions, recipes that, we thought, would eventually allow just that: happiness for all.
Now in 2015 we have to agree; it didn't work.
I do not need to paint the world as it is now as we all know the picture isn't pink, unless I attribute this color to cancer.
We have to pause again
Hi, everyone! I'm Sandy Nathan. I led the Book Club back in January with my book Numenon. I was just having fun reading the posts and articles on this site and thought you might enjoy an article I recently posted in my blog for writers, Your Shelf Life.
Like many in our culture, I am obsessed with winning. I carried my obsession into my life as an author, entering book contests galore, and winning many of them. (I've got 22 national awards at this point.) Terrific, until I lost. That's when I re
On June 5th, there will be a cosmic event that you don’t want to miss. The planet Venus travels across the face of the Sun. (See link for viewing details)
The Cosmic Story
Astrology is an art as well as a science, using metaphor as its language and cosmic law as its metaphysics. Our solar system spins, drawing us into the center, together. Each planet and asteroid circling the Sun energizes a force at play in the world. Along with the force of gravity, all bodies in our solar system hold
Creativity requires that we listen and notice: What is moving me? What is touching my heart? The process of discovering what we love is about letting the world in. We need to be open to it, see it, feel it, and experience it. In honor of James Hillman's passing, I'm sharing something he wrote that has always inspired me:
The world “doesn’t consist of merely objects and things; it is filled with useful, playful, and intriguing opportunities: The oriole doesn’t see a branch, but an occasion for per
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