Monthly Archives: July 2011

SUSTAINABILITY AND ETERNAL LIFE

It was my mother’s birthday last week. She died twenty one years ago but is still very present to me and my brothers and sisters. I wrote them my reflections about how and why this might be and then thought … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABILITY AND FOOD

Sustainability is a word that you hear a lot these days in all kinds of contexts, from environmental conservation to energy efficiency. Governments talk about it and so do businesses. We know that it’s important for our well-being, perhaps even … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABILITY AND INTENTION

What is my intention? What is it I want to do with my one, wild and precious life? Everything else follows from that. Unfortunately, this intention is often missed in a person’s life or at least seldom adverted to or … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABILITY AND BELONGING

A week or so ago I was interviewed for a webinar that explores ideas on leadership and it got me thinking about the roots of my convictions about sustainability. The following is part of what I said. Ireland connected me … Continue reading

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HAPPY INTERDEPENDENCE DAY

We are very proud of our hard-won independence and so we should be; it is the foundation of our culture. Indeed every individual must differentiate from its parents or the group in order to become its unique self. But that … Continue reading

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