At-One-Ment: In Conversation with Rabbi Michael Lerner

Rabbi Lerner’s life work has been to develop a politics of meaning, to heal, repair and transform politics in the US. He feeds the hunger in us for a different kind of society – one based on the principles of caring, ethical and spiritual sensitivity, and communal solidarity. This inspiring …

The Magic of Moss and What it Teaches Us

In Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses, world-renowned botanist/bryologist Robin Wall Kimmerer invites us to contemplate the mystery and meaning of life as viewed through her study of one of the world’s oldest plant species. This illuminating, award-winning volume of essays weaves scientific and personal observation into …

The Problem with the Paradigm of Urgency

“Wouldn’t you like to be part of a different kind of revolution?” In this excerpt from The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible,” Charles Eisenstein presents an alternate view of being “revolutionary.” Rather than continuing along the same path of urgency and effort and struggling with a problem, …