There’s plenty of reason for anyone to be depressed these days. Yet, somehow, some people still manage to keep calm and carry on.
Articles: personal resilience (48)
I still feel that childlike thrill each time I learn something new.
What do you do if your government is selling off the state’s assets, building a future famine machine and placing explosive nuclear detonators around your homeland?
Researchers have discovered a “wonder drug” for many of today’s most common medical problems, says Dr. Bob Sallis, a family practitioner at a Kaiser Permanente clinic in Fontana, California.
In her book titles Carolyn Baker features such scary words as "demise," "chaos" and "collapsing," but her goal is mainly soul building.
Over the last few years, I have been formulating my opinion on how to approach investing and what do to with extra cash...Mulling all of this over (and with the help of a good forest analogy) I’ve recently developed a few key principles that I believe will help to guide good investment …
I’ve been thinking a lot in the past months about the question of sustainability in the long and short term – not of our society, or the planet but of people and groups within the Transition movement itself.
Try learning how to do things at home – make jam and cheese, weave a basket, build a shed or keep chickens – and you fall on your face many times before succeeding...
If the expectations we've been brought up with have now become dreams, how we cope with the shock will affect not just how we can build a better future, but whether we can conceive of a better future at all.
Thrivalists will show that the multiple crises facing us create an unmatched opportunity to transform communities and the larger society on a deep level.