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Balancing News: People vs. Chevron – People Win!

Amidst the cynicism and apathy that characterized the elections last month, an inspiring story of reclaiming balance has emerged from Richmond, California. A town of about 100,000 residents on the east side of San Francisco Bay, Richmond is home to a … Continue reading

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More Balance: We’re Starting to Honor Nature!

  One of the ways we desperately need to reclaim balance is in our relationship with nature. We’ve lost the ancient awareness that everything is part of everything else. It’s a very feminine principle approach, an approach that’s sadly been … Continue reading

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What Nature Knows

In the beginning, whichever particular beginning you would like to discuss, there was nature.  She existed before anything else.   And whether you embrace evolution, a religion-based creation story, or some other concept of how it all started, by any standard … Continue reading

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Not the Best Students?

  Classic wisdom says that we humans learn by emanating others.  As children, we are socialized by the adults in our lives.  Once grown, we adapt to new situations by mimicking experts.  We look to each other as guides, but … Continue reading

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Would You Change the World?

The idea of changing the world has always appealed to me. Not that I think Earth’s such a bad place. I really don’t. Our planet is a sparkling gem in a sea of stars. What I believe needs to change … Continue reading

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