Beauty is all around us if we just take a moment to look.
“All for one and one for all, united we stand, divided we fall.” This famous quote from Alexander Dumas’ The Three Musketeers was written over 175 years ago but is just as relevant today as when it was published. Many of us likely read and agree with it, but recognize that its sentiment is not … Continue reading The Crisis of Solidarity
Anyone who has had the opportunity to go to a training session or professional development event will know that the power of change and the ability to adapt is one of the most important skills we can learn. We live in an incredibly complex world that seems to be mercilessly dragging us along as it … Continue reading Change, grow, adapt, learn, survive—we can do it!
It’s funny to think that the Bill of Rights, something held so dear by all, was not actually part of the original Constitution. It was instead a series of amendments drafted by James Madison that was added to the Constitution in 1791. The focus of The Human Revolution for this week and possibly next is … Continue reading The 21st Century Bill of Rights
Another response from another valued member of our community. Check out what Kate Powers has to say about what it means to be free and why she lives the way that she lives. If you like what she says or want to know more, send in a comment and get the discussion going. Or, feel … Continue reading Living without fear-Kate Powers
Connie Jones, another member of the world who has been forced to step out of her own skin to adapt to life in different situations, is weighing in on this week's questions: What does it mean to be free? and Why do I live the way that I live? Two tough questions, but that can … Continue reading Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose…-Connie Jones
Here's what Sarah Michaels, a fellow Human Being, has to say about this week's questions. After you read, join the conversation! You can find the first questions here and then send your responses in to: email@example.com. They will be posted here unedited. Just be yourself, speak your mind and don't be afraid. Not sure how to … Continue reading What is freedom? Why do I live the way I live?–Sarah Michaels
This blog is all about asking questions. Each week or two weeks we will distribute a simple question that asks us to think a little deeper about our lives. This will allow us to begin to see how much we can benefit from communication and how many of us are already fighting for the same … Continue reading Introduction to Voices
One of the things I find most frustrating about modern life is the sensation of hopelessness that sometimes it produces. The other day I went to a local shopping center to purchase a pair of shoes. A totally normal event in which I didn’t really expect much to occur. It's a simple, every-day process: enter … Continue reading Why is buying a pair of shoes so difficult?
One of the key focuses of this movement is to foster responsible consumption habits in an effort to assert the type of social change we hope to see in this world. This seems like a bit of a reach to many and has been one of the major concerns expressed about this movement. So let’s … Continue reading Why consumption?