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Un Gran Árbol / A Great Tree

por Pedro Pablo Sacristán  (Apr 3, 2014)  

Hubo una vez un rey que tenía un gran palacio cuyos jardines eran realmente maravillosos. Allí vivían miles de animales de cientos de especies distintas, de gran variedad y colorido, que convertían aquel lugar en una especie de paraíso del que tod@s disfrutaban. 1,584 more words

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Planetary Birth

–by Barbara Marx Hubbard (Mar 27, 2014)

From the vantage point of our birth as a universal humanity, we are not dying; rather we are in a dangerous but natural condition, just post-birth, not yet awake, yet become aware that if we do not shift our behavior from over-populating, polluting and fighting we will self destruct. 469 more words

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The Future of Government

Now, if you have been tracking me here and at Stellar Reaches, you know that I endorse libertarianism and the sovereign county rights movement, and I greatly favour the idea of abolishing the standing army. 987 more words

And don't even get me started on graffiti...

The sun is shining. The breeze is warm and fresh. The mounds of snow start melting away to reveal mounds of garbage. City life is hell. 623 more words

Beer

Do You Have Time To Love?

–by Thich Nhat Hanh (Mar 13, 2014)

To love is, above all, to be there. But being there is not an easy thing. Some training is necessary, some practice. 367 more words

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Theory

A good theory explains why something holds; it has as few moving parts as possible, each of which is critical to the explanation, and none of which can be sacrificed without doing great violence to the explanation. 681 more words

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The Surprising Truth of Sufficiency

-by Lynne Twist (Feb 28, 2014)

We each have the choice in any setting to step back and let go of the mind-set of scarcity. Once we let go of scarcity, we discover the surprising truth of sufficiency. 328 more words

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