In the accelerating pace and pressure of today’s tempo, we as a culture are losing touch with both our past and our future. Drawing on the Buddha Dharma as well as four decades of nuclear activism, Joanna will reflect on how we can expand the temporal context of our lives. She will share stories and practices that help us cultivate an empowering and companionable relationship with past and future generations.Joanna Macy, scholar of Buddhism and systems theory, is the root teacher of the Work…See More
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UPDATE: New Year's Eve DAY: Plan OCCUPY 2012!Whether you’ve occupied in the past or are curious about an occupied future, come and support the common good. It’s up to us: business, labor, government, universities, religions, unaffiliated! It’s up to us: conservatives, progressives, libertarians and independents! Let us learn together how to: Model respectful, inclusive, post-partisan dialogue on issues that matter. Reawaken our empathy for each other. Build a community based on morality,…See More
Occupy This Moment!It takes a village to turn a moment into a movement.What might our village contribute to the Occupy Movement? We invite you to join with us on Saturday, December 10th at 12 PM at University Christian Church 4731 15th Avenue Northeast, Seattle on the corner of 15th Avenue NE and 50th Street NE. Occupy Wall Street is the best hope in years that “We the People” will take on the critical challenges of our time. However, many of us don’t understand the new terminology (People’s…See More
Hi Phil....Just wondering what happened to the post you posted this morning regarding the middle east conflict it was a letter of protest of sorts I would like very much to review read that document again and possibly comment would it be possible for you to put it back up as a discussion again....?Thanks Kenny
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