I believe this different world is not only possible, but that it can be manifest by achieving a tipping point: one that is ushered in through the existing networks of individuals, informal groups, communities and organizations that are striving for justice in all arenas of society.
Archives for June 2010
What is your relationship to worry? Akaya Windwood, President and CEO of Rockwood Leadership Institute, invites us to look at the impact that worry has on our inner and outer lives.
True Community (transcription of talk given by Rev. angel Kyodo williams, 2006) It’s funny how that happens…when everything is a metaphor for our lives. We do things in a certain way and they seem to work. I mean, how long have we been using this mic? We’ve been using this mic for a while now […]
As we work towards creating another world, transforming from the inside out, we will likely encounter stress. Stress in our bodies, stress in our minds, stress in our relationships, and on and on. Practice Dvipada Pitham, Two-legged Desk, to help mitigate the current and future stress we may experience.
Excitement is building as the Transformative Practice Track debuts at the USSF. This track consists of various workshops, presentations, assemblies, gatherings, and deep practice opportunities that will be held during the entirety of the forum.
This month we are revisiting the core vision of Tikkun/Network of Spiritual Progressives (NSP). The NSP core vision is founded on giving central focus to a spiritual vision, a vision that creates a real alternative to the political Right, to the fundamentalists (religious and political), and to our society’s ethos of selfishness, materialism and cynicism. […]