We hope you will enjoy taking this walk down memory lane with us. I really appreciated having the excuse to sit down and review every back issue, and I would like to share some of my reflections with you. The process was inspiring, and from it I gained a deeper respect for the intelligence and the creativity living within the spiritually striving community of which we are a part. Continue Reading...
Letter from the Publisher; Witnessing an Emerging New Consciousness
by Claus Sproll
As we have grown from a tribal awareness of family and clan into nation-states, and into a more global awareness, we begin to face the limits of our ability to digest and to act on the amount of information that constantly inundates us. We can have global awareness only with a new consciousness; not one based on an accumulation of facts (computers do that better than humans); or on a synthesizing of information (computers do that better than humans); but in the awareness that we are in fact developing a collective awareness, in a form of interconnectedness that will be able to absorb the information coming toward us and to find solutions. Continue Reading...
An interview with Nicanor Perlas
In our Spring 2004 issue, we published the acceptance speech given by Nicanor Perlas in Stockholm, Sweden, subsequent to his receiving the Right Livelihood Award (also Known as the Alternative Nobel Prize) in 2003. Nicanor Perlas is President of the Center for Alternative Development Initiatives (CADI) in Manila, The Philippines. CADI (www.cadi.ph) is concerned with globalization and threefolding in relation to civil society, cultural power, and sustainable development. Perlas’ book Shaping Globalization: Civil Society, Cultural Power, and Threefolding, has been translated into seven languages. Continue Reading...
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Issue: Fall 2015: Celebrating 20 Years of Service - Issue #81, Vol. 20
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Celebrating 20 Years of Service - Issue #81, Vol. 20
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