Posts Tagged ‘capitalism’

Flint and other signs of the great unraveling

Posted February 17th, 2016 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Flint and other signs of the great unraveling

The Flint water crisis is one dramatic sign of “the great unraveling” underway in this society. So is the fractured, incoherent political culture in which intolerance, rage, and scapegoating are currently out of control. But the underlying cause of it all lies in a corporate profit-driven economic system that is leaving people behind, tearing up ecosystems, and driving our living communities to the brink of disaster. That is the driver of the crisis, and the one that needs to be overturned if we are to pull ourselves back from that brink.

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Together, in community, or not at all

Posted May 20th, 2015 in Blog, Featured, Zine Comments Off on Together, in community, or not at all

That’s how “creation” does it. That’s how life unfolds – in community. The evolution of life on this planet, unique as far as we know in all the universe, happens only in the places of dynamic connection. Over hundreds of millions of years, living forms have come and gone as the process continued. And no […]

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Betting on hunger…

Posted September 30th, 2011 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Betting on hunger…

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: I could also title this post, fighting for the right to eat – because it looks more and more like this will be one of our epic struggles of the future. Last March I collaborated with the Peace and International Issues Committee of the Interfaith Conference of Greater […]

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