Monthly Archives: January 2012

COMING OUT: RELEVANT RELIGION

The recent conversation on elders and ethics has surfaced in me an evolving internal conversation on my own work and role in the present context of change and redefinition. I have found myself coming back again and again to my … Continue reading

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NEW ELDERS

I was moved by Bernie Anderson’s comment on last week’s blog about finding community – finally, and unexpectedly – in a retirement home. His comment also got me thinking about the potential role of Elders in our efforts to create … Continue reading

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FREELANCERS UNION AND A NEW MUTUALISM

As we step into a new year I found myself wondering about the future and where the seeds of possibility for a better society were emerging. Social theorists have identified three organizing principles for societies: hierarchies, markets, and communities. The … Continue reading

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