A powerful poem by Drew Dellinger: It's 3:23 in the morning and I'm awake, because my great-great-grandchildren won't let me sleep. My great-great-grandchildren ask me in dreams "What did you do whilst the planet was plundered? What did you do when The Earth was unravelling? Surely you did something when the seasons started failing, as [...]
"The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." ~ Albert Einstein Everybody has a 'tipping point', don't they? You know, that point where an issue becomes so important that you have to do something. That point where you can no longer talk about [...]
Rima Staines is a wonderful British artist who keeps an incredibly interesting blog about her life, her paintings and her thoughts. Whilst she is not a prolific blogger, with Rima, it's all about quality and not quantity. My only criticism is that the comments left on her blog are incredibly 'gushing', but maybe that's a reflection [...]
It seems to me that we all look at Nature too much, and live with her too little.
A beautiful poem by Daniel MacKenzie. I can't find a website for Daniel, so I transcribed this from an OBOD (Order of Bards Ovates & Druids) podcast. When I first transcribed the poem (July 2011), I tried to contact Daniel to get permission to publish his work, but all avenues proved fruitless. I hope I've [...]
In an interview with Dr. Brian Goodwin, he talked about the human race becoming largely invisible. Brian passed away in 2009, but I'm sure his vision, or large elements of it, live on with many of us: I had this vision of the human race becoming largely invisible on the planet. This would be my [...]
"As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness" Henry David Thoreau More on Thoreau: Thoreau on Wikipedia Thoreau Farm