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Joy Harjo is a poet and performer who has written seven books of poetry, including How We Became Human and She Had Some Horses. She is known for drawing together the brutalities of contemporary reservation life with the beauty and sensibility of Native American culture and mythology.   More
A Glimpse Toward Restructured Distribution
Jeremy Rifkin, founder and president of the Foundation on Economic Trends, is one of the world’s leading authorities on economic sustainability. More
Haiku teaches us the power of observation, returns us to nature, and grounds us in the here and now. But as author Sharon A. Bray explains, it also teaches gratitude and can become a spiritual practice. Why not take the time to step outside, take a walk, and find some inspiration right outside your door—in the form of your own haiku. More
Omega Institute Love Is the Way to Create a Truly Sustainable World by Roger Dufau
We have certain inalienable rights, such as the right to vote and the freedom to spend our money the way we choose. These actions are done according to one’s ideas of truth and spiritual integrity. I profoundly believe these choices show how much we truly care about applying our life’s ideals. More
An Economic Shift to Lateral Power
Jeremy Rifkin, founder and president of the Foundation on Economic Trends, is one of the world’s leading authorities on economic sustainability. In this thought-provoking five-part series, he explains how we are already transitioning into a post-carbon era and on the verge of creating a sustainable economic paradigm that will usher in the Collaborative Age. More

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