Posts Tagged ‘blessed unrest’

Where the change is really happening…

Posted October 17th, 2013 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Somethin’s happening here – and all over the place. The reasons are sad, but the happenings are not. In the past few decades or so, by as much stealth as possible, the crude oil transhipment network and the explosive growth of the fracking industry have crashed into local communities all around the country. Suddenly, farmers, small town residents, rural areas and cities are finding their “places,” their beloved places – the places that are home, family, community – under threat of contamination and destruction.

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We can live differently – it really is possible

Posted August 26th, 2009 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: We insist often here that it is possible to live differently.  We are not bereft of ideas for how to get ourselves out of this industrial/post-industrial mess we have made and to begin to create a new way of life that puts the human back into balance with […]

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Blessed Unrest

Posted October 27th, 2008 in Book Reviews 2 Comments

…How the Largest Movement in the World Came Into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming by Paul Hawken, Viking Penguin, 2007 The books that matter most to me are those that do not diminish or attempt to downplay the extent of the crises we face, but offer hope in the face of them. […]

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