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Do-Nothing Farming – Works

Good Evening, God I’m loving this book — The One-Straw Revolution. I ordered it on a whim . . . part of my new awareness of the importance of traditional agriculture. But, this book takes us way back — well

Posted in accepting my ability to REDESIGN, awareness, connecting, Creating, Failure as Teacher, Failure to assess, Future, Greening Spirit, humility, learning, The Learning Revolution, trying vs learning, web of life

A Modest Proposal Concerning Food Stamps

Good Morning, God! A few days ago, Sandy emailed me that she was upset about an obese family using food stamps (an obese mom and two obese sons) to buy chips and soda pop. Sandy sees them when she visits

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Posted in food questions, supportive organizational structures, systematic rebuilding required, The Learning Revolution

Hip Hip for Heuristic Learning

Good Morning, God! Aaaaaah, a Sabbath Day, of refraining from work. I just got back from a 2/3rds jog and 1/3 walk while listening to Daniel Pink read his book, Drive. And now I can see, God, my DIFFICULTY in

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Posted in adjusting, complexity, freedom, Ongoing Transformation, The Learning Revolution

Blogs I Follow
Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching

Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching