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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Celebrating a world alive

According to many indigenous people around the world, the cosmos is anything but a dead, mute and silent place. Everything is alive: stones, mountains, the nightly tunes of a croaking army of frogs, the dancing fog that blinds and confuses, the clouds that weep the purging rain. Everything sings, swirling in and out of reckoning …Continue Reading >>>

Falling in love with the local

Building local economies means much more than challenging the war march of a techno-political abstraction and its blood-rampage throughout the earth; understanding today’s poignant issues might suggest that we learn to see how trade agreements and treaties between conspiring nations and corporations are reconfiguring our lives so that we are losing our homes, our senses …Continue Reading >>>

Falling might very well be flying – without the tyranny of coordinates.