Monthly Archive for: 'August, 2014'

  • 5 Books To Connect You To Nature

    Nature is our first and greatest mentor. It’s magnificence reminds us of our place in the natural order — helping us to think and act in ever-widening circles, considering the impact of our decisions on the more-than-human world. These five books highlight the important role nature plays in understanding ourselves, our role in the world and in providing solutions to the complex challenges of our time.

  • The Apple Your Doctor Doesn’t Want You To Eat

    When Eve took a bite of the apple, was she being a heroine or a villainess? The gods of our time, the pharmaceutical companies and the spirituality marketplace, are tempting us back into the garden of Eden — a sanitized and prozac-balanced version of the world that keeps us out of contact with one another. It’s time to start finding the point of contact between the paradoxes in our own lives.

  • Finding Your Anchors

    As humans, we have the need to hold tight control over our lives. We expertly craft our lives like a curator in a museum. We carefully select each piece and spend countless hours contemplating their placement in the museum of our lives. It isn’t surprising then, that letting go of these expressions of life proves to be challenging. But what if we have to anchor ourselves, before we surrender to the sea?

  • What Happens When You Flush?

    Where does your water come from? When you flush, where do the solids go? What happens to the waste water? Find out how much you know about your human impact on the larger systems around you with this week’s bioregional quiz.