Posts Tagged ‘thich nhat hanh’

Why we left the “a” out of the name, Center for New Creation

Posted April 9th, 2015 in Blog, Featured, New Creation News Comments Off on Why we left the “a” out of the name, Center for New Creation

New creation is not a “thing” we make. It is an act, on ongoing unfolding. We create – like an artist before a canvas, or a writer, pen and journal in hand. Creation in this sense is not a result, a finished project. It is an ongoing work. It is a journey, full of potential, of surprises, of new insights, new revelations. And this work of new creation has never been more necessary than it is right now.

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On the Ecology of Racism

Posted February 4th, 2015 in Blog, Featured, Zine Comments Off on On the Ecology of Racism

It has one – racism has an ecology. As I wrote a few days ago about fossil fuels, so of racism. What we said about ecology is that it is about “a web of interconnection, intricate, complex, ubiquitous, supporting” – in this case, supporting what? A way of being, entitlement and privilege, attitudes, identities, and […]

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Can this society be saved from itself?

Posted July 24th, 2012 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Can this society be saved from itself?

Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning by Margaret Swedish Listening to this culture attempt to talk to itself about gun violence in the wake of the Aurora CO massacre is really depressing. It sounds a lot like the way we talk about climate change in the face of unprecedented drought, floods, storms, Arctic […]

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