Well, the Fates were apparently listening last week. As I write this, stock markets around the world are lurching through what might just be the opening moves of the Crash of 2015…
People are also the environment, we are our own ecological system integrated into the larger systems.
Humans are storytelling beings. In fact one could argue that it is impossible to make sense of the world without story.
As the 21st century unfolds it is increasingly clear that we are entering more deeply into times of travail.
Twentieth-century America witnessed the blossoming of Agrarianism as an intellectual and cultural movement.
Humans’ most common pastime–forsaken for decades as too slow and too much effort– is now recognized as a health breakthrough, an economic catalyst and a route to happiness.
How do communities set the boundaries that define and protect their shared space?
I don’t think we’re so powerful that we could wipe out nature, but I think we’re powerful enough to wipe ourselves out.
What happened in Ferguson could happen where you live, for while race and poverty are important, this tragedy seems to have fed off more pervasive flaws in the culture.
All over the world, there are waves of distress, anxiety, and depression, which are based on circumstance and not merely on brain chemistry gone awry… What are more useful perspectives to get through the night here at the possible end of days?
We offered our solar cooking workshop last weekend to an enthusiastic “crowd” of 17. That’s the biggest group a Pogue’s Run Grocer class has ever attracted, so we were pleased.
It is as simple as this – when the bees lose, we lose, and that is the road we are going down.