Why we need community helps to live change. Why we need community to live in the new story | Charles Eisenstein
Here’s a hopeful sign—identifying a quiet though powerful united-ness— from those great States of America! This made for a brilliant and thought provoking read. Perhaps for you too, the very subject for one of those lazy summer days… source: Aspen Institute
A phrase that has about as many meanings as people who use it —Dr. Paul Raskin. Add to this the disconnect I may feel with a subject that seems to stymie highly resourced intergovernmental organisations, transnational corporations and civil society at large! And yet only within me lies the answer to the challenges of my […]
Health is more than the absence of disease; health is physical, social, and emotional well-being. It also includes positive health—resulting from positive psychology-based habits that produce longer, healthy life and lower disease risk and health care costs—over and above the risk factors addressed by traditional health care.
Have you heard of Wait but why? If not: Why? Patience, and check out this follow-on blog from the Elon Musk series! Fascinating stuff—all of it. Enjoy! The Deal With Solar
Reading about Thomas Hübl’s talk with Peking HSBC Business School students and local entrepreneurs, I was reminded of PET’s Mission to wit: encouraging “social development, environmental protection & improvement, and wellbeing in the whole Findhorn Ecovillage Community.” More often than I like to admit, I think about the above in terms of outward, material ‘betterment.’ Hübl invited his listeners to not forget […]
An example of this crossed my desk today. Technology combining with less “needs, wants and desires.” High build speed and low cost. Sure, there can be many points of view on this subject and article—but aren’t we starting to get there? Doing things well and differently. Click here for the article. Here’s another article on […]