Deep Living Digest // 08.07.2010
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There is an interesting trend happening in the blogosphere: Calling the question on just what it is we’re doing (or not doing) to truly make a difference in our life and the lives of others. Perhaps it’s a cleansing; a way to filter out the noise; or just a campaign to root out ‘posers’. Not sure. Funny how things ebb and flow. That said, the movement towards reconnecting with the essence of life continues on.
- Living Life vs. Just Writing About It
- How to Deal When the World Collapses Right on Your Face
- Triumph of the Invisible Over the Visible
Perhaps humanity is starting to pass judgment on itself. With each passing week there seems to be more and more news about the ill-effects the planet is suffering at our hands. But when will it sink in? When will awareness reach a critical mass to drive change at all levels of society? I find solace in the amazing words of eco-beings such as Gary Snyder.
- U.N. Declares Water a Fundamental Human Right + Water Scarcity Facing 1/3 of U.S. Counties
- What is Sustainability?
- Gary Snyder: Online Poems
There continues to be such an amazing call to turn inward; to examine every nuance of who we are as a pathway to inner change. So much amazing content out there. It is quite inspiring.