The significance of our time is that we are the generation that must begin to chart the course of new creation, carve the paths to the new ways of life that the planet’s limits and the emerging collapses of the industrial growth model of economics will force on us, willingly or not.
What we choose in this project is to embrace the coming transition willingly.
Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning I’m remembering my war dead. I’m remembering the people who lost their lives in war: 50,000 Nicaraguans killed in the infamous US-inspired contra war of the 1980s; 70,000 Salvadorans killed in the US-supported war of repression by the Salvadoran government in the 80s to early 90s; 250,000 […]
Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Sorry for the long silence. My computer was victim of a massive virus invasion that had to be cleaned up from scratch. I am still recovering stuff. Who are these people that think this fun or interesting? Anyway, that and a trip to DC to give a workshop […]
Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: [The is long, kind of a testament of something I truly believe – with urgency. If you care about these things and can make a contribution to this project, we would be most grateful. Donations are tax-deductible.] I want to write about something hard today, something important. My […]