A space for conversations in a time of global disruption
This morning, I wrote my mom because in her last email she asked me about my writing which she doesn't normally do. My return email to her became a rather lengthy letter in which I outlined the history of my present writing project. In doing so, I realized that my mom doesn't hardly know anything about the last 25 years of my life because she and my dad have been so involved in their own endeavors and disinterested in mine. It's the classic complaint of all adult children against their…Continue
Added by Dale Tucker on September 10, 2015 at 18:30 — No Comments
The link is to a wordpress blog with the 8 chapters of a photo essay i did awhile back.
Earth Collaborative Art; Earth pigments, beeswax, & plant materials and Wholistic Wellness Counsel, a humanistic and evolutionary counsel, with people in their lives and enfolding with their needs by applying diet, herbs, exercise and personal spiritual lifestyle choices...…Continue
Added by Greg Patch on August 28, 2015 at 21:00 — No Comments
This is a link to a blog i posted on wordpress about a trip to the Summerland area of Mt Rainier National Park (US Pacific Northwest). It includes a bit of amateur glaciology.
Added by John Harrington on August 21, 2015 at 19:05 — No Comments
In a world without hope, we can only mope....
And bay at the waning moon...
Weston-Super-Mare, England (CNN) The seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare in south-west England is chilled…
Added by Monica E. Craver on August 20, 2015 at 22:00 — No Comments
There are lots of version of Industrial Society and Its Future (ISAIF) available online. Why use the Wildism.org version?
For paragraphs, just add "hashtag + 'par' + paragraph…Continue
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Over the past thirty years I've led my share of globalised birding nature tours across fantastic far flung places. Yet the more liberating and educational of life's moments have often been in wonderful…Continue
Added by James Alan Wolstencroft on July 14, 2015 at 16:10 — No Comments
I awakened one morning
at an unseemly, dark and early hour
and, for some reason,
arose to shake the sleep from my head
and take a walk outside…
Where to my awestruck wonder,
I beheld the pink, peach, pastel blush
of morning’s light
the sparking clear darkness
of the star canopy
in the clear, dark moonless sky.
The breathtaking pastels
Added by thom prentice on July 11, 2015 at 20:27 — No Comments
Below is a journal entry I wrote back in April. I think it explains why I feel at home as a Mountaineer.
8 April 2015
I hear words which are not yet words. They are language as if heard through a wall - unintelligible but expressive. Their music sounds like something I should understand if only they were articulated in my presence.
He who speaks tells a story, utters a mystery, offers an adventure…Continue
Added by Dale Tucker on July 11, 2015 at 16:30 — No Comments
The Great American Dream only will thrive in grounds
of flexibility and change -- not stagnant solutions
and patented mandates confining imagination/
creativity -- binding spirit/soul in oppressive
thickets and bogs of excessive self-interest
where lifewinds/waters cannot freely flow.
The whole earth is in motion. How can we be otherwise?!
More upheaval is pending: hurricanes, tornadoes,
floods, tsunamis, volcanoes, fires,…
Added by k. allen on July 5, 2015 at 11:30 — No Comments
From The Wildernist:
Editors note: This essay, written by one of our magazine editors, articulates why scientific thinking is an important tool for individuals and groups hoping to do something about the havoc industry has wrought. Several times it mentions a "revolutionary ecological analysis," a reference to the budding …Continue
Added by John F. Jacobi on June 17, 2015 at 22:57 — No Comments
........from the Chapel Hill Newspaper, Opinions, May 29, 2015
Creatures of the Earth
Homo sapiens sapiens is a part of – not apart from – all life and the Earth, having evolved here as has every other form of living thing, human beings arrogantly and mistakenly see ourselves as altogether different, separate and superior. This view of humankind is illusory. Our fate and…
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Lately I seem to be having a lot of discussions both online and in person about hope (or lack of) and karma.
Personally I don't believe in karma, I think it is just a "fairytale" we tell ourselves to assuage our powerlessness and our guilt that we have resigned that power and are not taking even the actions which we could. When you look around, the "bad guys" have won and we are all complicit. Where is the karma?
I suppose this grows out of my despair, I see no happy ending…Continue
Lots of things have changed around here, from our name to our editorial philosophy. Here's a list of the changes:
Added by John F. Jacobi on March 15, 2015 at 12:06 — No Comments
You can find a new post on this subject at the new Unpsychology publication on Medium. Its a reflection on the kinds of psychology and therapy we might need and…Continue
Added by Steve Thorp on February 20, 2015 at 18:00 — No Comments
I'm posting !
The significance of that announcement can be found in a comment I posted on Steve Thorpe's page when we became…Continue
Added by Angela Noelle on February 7, 2015 at 18:36 — No Comments