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Peak Moment 148: Finding an Ecovillage / Sacred Activism — Love, Grief, and Empowerment



Diana Leafe Christian, author of Finding Community: How to join an Ecovillage or Intentional Community, zeros in on how to find an ecovillage. Once you determine what you want, what are the criteria to explore whether an ecovillage is a good fit/match for you? (www.EcovillageNews.org).

Bob Banner, publisher of Hopedance magazine, shares insights from Andrew Harvey’s Sacred Activism workshop: “What breaks your heart, what you really love, is the thing that will sustain you. That’s what you ought to be doing.” For Bob, it’s using media to bring together the political with the spiritual; the environmental and business. (www.hopedance.org).

Produced May 14, 2009. Episode 148.

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