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    Preserving Our Heartlands

    Our inner landscapes mirror the outer landscapes in which we live. Eila Kundrie Carrico, The Other Side of the River I belong to this land. This I know as truth, each time I walk this stretch of sand between the land and the sea, is […]

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  • The Great Clearing

    I walk the beach, the sky is blue, the air clear and still, fresh frozen February chill, the mist lying in the hollows of the valley, the skylarks singing as they begin their mating season: picturesque… But here too are signs, everywhere, of what has […]

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  • What are you giving your sister in the Philippines this Christmas?

    And in our world of plenty we can spread a smile of joy Throw your arms around the world at Christmastime But say a prayer, pray for the other ones At Christmastime it’s hard, but when you’re having fun There’s a world outside your window […]

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  • Active Birth – Mothering the Earth

    According to many 2012 is the year of the end. Of Life, the Universe and Everything. To quote Douglas Adams. Nah! I don’t buy it! But what if it were the year of birth? The year of possibility. The year where we acted to co-create the […]

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  • Creating climate change from within

    A 1700 word article Looking at the enormous upheavals in our financial system over the past two years, I feel a certain lack of shock. Whilst our leaders scrabble for solutions to this unanticipated crisis, prophets of all stripes have foreseen this coming: the crash […]

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