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our need

for a sense

of unity


Alan Watts & Terence McKenna



Plant Cell Cake Project, So Yummy!

Lela has been learning about the parts of plants and animal cells in science.

She was so excited about this unit I decided to do something fun (and yummy) for her to… 224 more words


Opening Academic Year WUR: The inclusion of Landscape Architecture | TOPOS

_OVERIGE_ door Rosanne Schrijver en Cor Simon A reflection of the opening of the academic year of the Wageningen University. It is striking how the controversial discipline of landscape architecture within the Wageningen University now seems to play an essential… 54 more words

Hiding In Plain Sight

Don’t you just love to read stories that have words like: “In a stunning discovery that overturns decades of textbook teaching”?

I know I do. 808 more words


10 Great Reasons To Get Outside More Often

Humans are drawn to nature. We feel better when we spend time in forests, gardens, or parks. Edward O. Wilson termed this desire to connect with nature “biophilia.” It implies that an instinctive bond exists between humans and other living systems. 7 more words


Living Systems

Before I dig into each of the 4 key relationships to alleviate poverty I want to first take a moment and explain another underlying philosophy necessary to understanding how these relationships work together. 495 more words


Raven's Journey Home: A Kindle ebook

Writing this novella for young adults is a significant achievement for me as it took navigating realms of technology that have changed substantially since the book’s conception over forty years ago. 515 more words