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November 30, 2020
MARY GORDON was interviewed by JUDITH NELSON at the Spirit of Humanity Forum in Iceland in 2019. In this excerpt, she shares her worldview on the importance of empathy in human relationships and how it forms the foundation for the program she runs in schools on developing empathy in schoolchildren, called Roots of Empathy. Q:... View Article
November 30, 2020
Author of The Untethered Soul – The Journey Beyond Yourself, MICHAEL SINGER, shares his thoughts on the nature of the mind and the heart. He also describes how we let impressions from the past and our thoughts affect our worldview and our potential, and how to handle the human heart – how to be at... View Article
November 30, 2020
In 2015, ERICK JOSEPH filmed CHARLES EISENSTEIN in a short interview for a younger audience. Charles wrote a short essay to accompany the film, which we have reproduced here. Dear Self, Your secret, lonely knowledge is true. Despite all you have been told, the world that has been offered to you as normal is anything... View Article
November 30, 2020
In 2017, DR. VANDANA SHIVA spoke with KIM HUGHES about the sacredness of the Earth, the work she has been doing to bring awareness and change in the field of sustainable agriculture, and the importance of understanding our interconnectedness with Nature, and how we can change the way we eat. Q: Dr. Shiva, you have... View Article
November 30, 2020
REJOINING THE GREAT CONVERSATION LLEWELLYN VAUGHAN-LEE delivers a heartfelt plea to all of us to open our hearts and care for our Mother Earth, value her sacredness, and reconnect with her soul. We are present at a moment in our shared destiny when the Earth is crying out to us to help her in this... View Article
November 30, 2020
ALANDA GREENE explores the topic of perception, through her experience of picking raspberries in the garden, and understanding the importance of looking at life and situations from different angles. I pick thoroughly and am convinced that every ripe raspberry, with the tug of thumb and finger, has slid from its cream-colored conical core. Then I... View Article