I was driving north on the freeway the other day when I noticed that the southbound traffic was at a standstill. Something had happened, though I couldn’t tell what. All I knew was that the backup extended for miles. No one was moving. Read more
Another example of life’s cooperative principle. Through a vast network of roots and fungi, trees communicate and share nutrients to help each other survive and thrive. Check out this 4 minute video. You’ll never see trees, or a denuded forest, in the same way again.
Highly recommend this terrific article from The Guardian called The system is failing, hack the system. An excerpt: “So what is social hacking? It is creating enterprises that don’t respond to the problems that our current system creates, but change the way we do things so those problems do not occur in the first place.” Highly recommend you check it out.
The following is an edited version of an interactive presentation I gave last summer at FeelGood’s annual Big Cheese Summer Institute, a 5-day training for college students who are learning to unleash their capacity as “changemakers for the end of global hunger.”
Let’s take a few minutes to ground ourselves in the context of our times, and the urgency of the moment…and why each one of us is so important to the future of not only the human family, but also all life. READ MORE
[Following is an edited version of a November 22, 2013 Bloomberg article on the genetic benefits of meditation and yoga.]
Scientists are getting close to proving what yogis have held to be true for centuries — yoga and meditation can ward off stress and disease. READ MORE