Articles – March 2020

This is an article from 2012 that should be published in all local newspapers around the country. It’s a discussion about how our belief in being separate from non-human communities and the environment may have gotten us in the situation that we are facing.  https://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/sunday-review/the-ecology-of-disease.html?fbclid=IwAR3fGTu9c0yuqWnKyClRoKFjOY8pCTh5kN6TN7sZ9qtUb_h0WdzIPkrxkXU

Google the “New Narrative”

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In 2011, Google invited Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, to Silicone Valley to speak with its employees. The management team believed that an afternoon with the Zen master and his mindfulness teachings would halt rising employee disengagement; however, Hanh turned the occasion into one reminiscent of a routine day in Plum Village, including a silent …

The Call to Create – Spring, 2019

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“We are told by those who have studied the processes of nature that creativity happens at the border between chaos and order. Chaos is a prelude to creativity. We need to learn, as every artist needs to learn, to live with chaos and indeed to dance with it as we listen to it and attempt …

Spring 2019 edition Film – Articles – Poetry

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Documentary Review A couple of weeks ago, I was in the Reading Terminal market, center city Philadelphia, to buy my green stuff for the week. I decided try some watercress and add it to my falafel. That was on a Sunday. I had quite a bit of it leftover so I put close to a …

Stewards of Earth & Home Spring edition, April, 2019

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Dr. Ingrid R. G. Waldron is a sociologist and Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  There’s Something in the Water is an academic and community-participant based study of environmental racism in the Indigenous and African-Canadian communities in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Waldron acknowledges that the environmental racism …