Monthly Archives: September 2011

OUR FRIEND WANGARI

I heard the news of the death of my good friend Wangari Maathai and I was filled with sadness as I sat down to spend some time with her in my heart. But, as the memories came flooding in, the … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABILITY AND WORK

The President is hawking his jobs bill around the country and I for one support his initiative: we have to put people back to work if we are to have any kind of an economy. And if business can’t or … Continue reading

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SEPTEMBER 11, TEN YEARS LATER

 I remember seeing the poem below – Wage Peace by Judyth Hill – shortly after 9/11, and it gave me a simple practice for addressing the tragedy of that awful day. I thought you might appreciate it too. Wage peace … Continue reading

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HURRICANES AND SUSTAINABILITY

In Hartford, Hereford and Hampshire, hurriances hardly happen… Last week we on the East Coast of the U.S.A. were visited by Hurricane Irene who wreaked havoc on her path, particularly in Vermont. It struck me that sustainability takes on new … Continue reading

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