What Dreams May Come: Dealing With the Rise of Eco-Anxiety

You and your family board a plane. As the plane takes off, something strange starts to happen. The passengers get out of their seats and start removing or damaging ever-increasing portions of the plane itself: engine, wings, fuel pumps, navigation, electrical, windows, steering, etc. Understandably, you start to panic. You rush over to the passengersContinue reading “What Dreams May Come: Dealing With the Rise of Eco-Anxiety”

Be the Change: Mindfulness and Social Justice

What do you think of a monk going off to meditate in a cave for years at a time? How about decades? Such a person might well be the world champion of meditation. Maybe they are a bona fide Enlightened One. Or maybe they’re a certifiable headcase from the lack of human social interaction. ButContinue reading “Be the Change: Mindfulness and Social Justice”