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Economics for a Sacred Earth

In a sacred Earth economy, Nature wouldn’t be brutally exploited, and workers would not be driven by the threat of hunger and homelessness. Could such an economy create large numbers of cars, airplanes, or bombs? No. Could it provide cheap fast-food hamburgers? Probably not. Continue reading

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Gratitude Can Change the World

“Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts.” Henri-Frederic Amiel Continue reading

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Pioneer Days Are Over

This is not about capitalism vs. socialism or taking shorter showers. It’s about remembering in our hearts where we come from, loving our world as we love ourselves, and fighting for it against a system that is killing it. Continue reading

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We Need Economic Stability, Not Economic Growth

Growth is good up to a point. In the rich countries, according to economist Herman Daly, we are far past that point. The more we grow from here on, the worse off we will be. Continue reading

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How One Good Deed Led To Six More

“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”  Edith Wharton Continue reading

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Other People’s Joy

If you can be happy for other people’s good fortune, you will have an endless supply of things to be happy about. Continue reading

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