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The nature of our reality – My Dinner with Andre

  Riveting few minutes from this 1981 film directed by Louis Malle, and featuring Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn. The writer was 16 in 1981, and did not see this film. In any event, she did not have the experience … Continue reading

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Eileen Caddy on the process of growth & change

‘There is no strain or stress in nature. A seed goes through its full cycle; it does not have to do anything; it just has to allow it all to happen. All you have to do is to allow it … Continue reading

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Jo Confino – Grieving could offer a pathway out of a destructive economic system

http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/oct/02/grieving-pathway-destructive-economic-system Click on the link for this article in the Guardian by Jo Confino, about the road into more economically,¬†ecologically and emotionally sustainable ways of living, through encountering grief – our pain and the world’s. The writer¬†agrees with Jo’s comment:- … Continue reading

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