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What multiple car pile-ups, the emergence of the U.S. as a new global oil power, spreading nuclear contamination in Japan, and replacing more human workers with robots tell us about the need for some “New Creation”

Posted December 9th, 2013 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

As hundreds of cars spun out of control during Sunday snowstorms, we learned once again the consequences when humans refuse to live within the realities and limits of Nature. We are facing enormous global changes. For our U.S. culture, one of the biggest challenges facing our planet is the emergence of this nation as an oil super-power. This assertion of global dominance is pushing back fiercely at movements intent on defending “places,” homes, farms, communities, threatened by the surge in oil and gas production. We have to learn to live within the limits of snowstorms. We have to learn to relinquish the drive for power and conquest and create the new culture that honors the limits, life, and magnificent balances of creation.

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