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Becoming an Ancestor
"Did you know that we're all on our way to becoming someone's ancestor? It's true. We're all future dead people, and 100 years from now, someone like me will come looking for you. I
know this for a fact because that's usually have at least one in each generation, much like Buffy the Vampire Slayer. We're a bit obsessive about what we do.You say you have no interest in family history or gene... posted on Jul 30 2021, 1,658 reads


For Love of Wild Horses
Wildife biologist, Craig Downer's, childhood experience with his trusted horse, Poco, and their many adventures in the wild lands of Nevada, led to a lifetime of passionate advocacy for the protection of wild horses and burros in the Western United States. His is often a lonely struggle between raising consciousness about the long term ecological benefits these animals bring and the forces more co... posted on Jul 29 2021, 1,096 reads


Neil Douglas-Klotz on The Aramaic Jesus
"This is, what I would say, the beauty of the approach that I have used is common in looking at the Semitic language teachings of various prophets. It's common among the Sufis today, it's common among the Jewish mystics, that when you look at the words of a prophet or a mystic or a teacher in the Semitic languages, the language itself allows you to look at it in a number of different ways, from a ... posted on Jul 28 2021, 2,535 reads


Pat McCabe is a Voice for Peace
"Pat McCabe (Weyakpa Najin Win, meaning Woman Stands Shining) is an ambassador between two worlds. A Navajo mother, grandmother, artist and ceremonial leader, she has been deeply immersed in land-based, indigenous ways of living and being. Having grown up in a multicultural neighbourhood next to Stanford University in California, she is also accustomed to the realities of the modern, industrialise... posted on Jul 27 2021, 1,722 reads


The Descent to Soul: An Overview of the Terrain
"Our developmental dilemma stems primarily from our disconnection from nature, from both our outer and inner natures: the loss of our experienced belonging to and entanglement within the natural world and the loss of our communion with the very core of our own individual human nature our Soul. What we have lost, in particular, is the journey of soul initiation a psycho-spiritual undertaking that... posted on Jul 26 2021, 2,211 reads


Leverage Points & the Power to Transcend Paradigms
"Folks who do systems analysis have a great belief in 'leverage points.' These are places within a complex system (a corporation, an economy, a living body, a city, an ecosystem) where a small shift in one thing can produce big changes in everything. This idea is not unique to systems analysis -- it's embedded in legend. The silver bullet, the trimtab, the miracle cure, the secret passage, the mag... posted on Jul 25 2021, 2,046 reads


The Two Driving Forces of Creativity
"Two helpful words to keep in mind at the beginning of any writing adventure are pleasure and spaciousness. If we connect a sense of joy with our writing, we may be inclined to explore further. What's there to find out? Perhaps too much stock has been placed in big ideas or even small ones -- a myth! but regularity seems like a key. Dont start with a big idea. Start with a phrase, a line, a quote... posted on Jul 24 2021, 3,237 reads


Rise Up Again
As we all know but often hesitate to share with others, life can be hard at times. Without community and support, it is even harder. This film highlights the lessons of living with resilience by relying on inner strength held up by the support of community. Mpumelelo Ncwadi from South Africa lives from this wisdom which was passed on by his father who taught him that "You should never live your in... posted on Jul 23 2021, 1,324 reads


Students on Immigration and Unjust Assumptions
The treatment of immigrants and immigration policies in America are hot button topics. These policies, often seen as unlawful and dehumanizing, are catalyzing people across the nation to speak up for change. Prompted by YES! Magazine's student writing competition and Lornet Turnbull's article "Two-Thirds of Americans Live in the "Constitution-Free Zone", eight powerful young voices join this choru... posted on Jul 22 2021, 15,194 reads


Doffing Our Inner Masks: Lessons from Horses
"In this present time, we are being asked to don masks for everyones physical health. Yet at the same time we are being challenged to doff our internal masks for our mental health both individually and as a collective. The horses can support us to remove that inner facade and emerge into a more peaceful and positive future...Interestingly, someone asked me the other day, how do horses deal in time... posted on Jul 21 2021, 3,661 reads


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