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Nature’s Paradigm: The Core Ideas of Systems Theory

“People normally cut reality into compartments, and so are unable to see the interdependence of all phenomena. To see one in all and all in one is to break through the great barrier which narrows one’s perception of reality.” ~Thich Nhat … Continue reading

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Alan Watts – Everything is Interconnected & Inseparable

“I seem, like everything else, to be a center, a sort of vortex, at which the whole energy of the universe realizes itself.. Each one of us, not only human beings but every leaf, every weed, exists in the way … Continue reading

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“We Need a New Economic Model, the Planet is Overburdened” – Mikhail Gorbachev

“We badly need a new economic model… We cannot continue living by ignoring environmental problems. The planet is overburdened… We do not have enough fresh water for the people.. Billions of people are subject to hunger today. So the new model must consider … Continue reading

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Shifting Paradigms: Aligning with the Wisdom of Nature

“See simplicity in the complicated, Seek greatness in small things. In the Universe, the difficult things are done as if they were easy.” ~Lao Tsu, Tao Te Ching For decades now, the human species has been at a crucial turning … Continue reading

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The Paradox & Inconsistency of Christian Civilizations

The following was written in 1911, by Dr Charles Alexander Eastman, born Ohiyesa of the Santee Sioux Indians… “The native American has been generally despised by his white conquerors for his poverty and simplicity. They forget, perhaps, that his religion forbade the … Continue reading

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Drinking Water From the Air with Bamboo Flower Basket

“The 30ft high bamboo flower basket can resolve drinking water from thin air. Actually the name of ‘WarkaWater’ comes from the Warka Tree, an enormous natural fig tree and native to Ethiopia. They are conventionally used for public gatherings and … Continue reading

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Supporting Biodiversity – Nature’s Way of Feeding Life

This (below) is a short yet insightful video, which in less than two minutes summarizes why industrial agriculture (with its emphasis on size, pesticides and single crops) is far less effective, compassionate and wise than natural farming methods which mimic nature by supporting biodiversity … Continue reading

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