Change the Worldview, Change the World

By Drew DellingerPUBLISHED IN SUMMER 2018 | COMMENTS 4 Forty years after Thomas Berry’s “The New Story,” new generations are seizing on the power of narrative. I was sitting in a classroom in Assisi, Italy, with one of the leading environmental thinkers of our time, and he was talking about the power of story. “It seems that we basically communicate Read more about Change the Worldview, Change the World[…]

Creating time – Chronos and Kairos

Kronos & Kairos: Linear and Numinous Time Concepts Kronos devours us with remorseless certainty. Kairos is creative and serendipitous. Excerpted from Creating Time by Marney Makridakis | Updated November 8, 2018 THERE IS AN interesting historical context for a subjective perception of time that can help prepare the way for the conceptual journey of creating time. The ancient Greeks had Read more about Creating time – Chronos and Kairos[…]

Tasting Eternity

“We are the mirror, as well as the face in it. We are tasting the taste of eternity this minute.We are pain and what cures pain. We are the sweet cold water and the jar that pours. Soul of the world, no life, nor world remain, no beautiful women and men longing. Only this ancient love circling the holy black Read more about Tasting Eternity[…]

Aquarius Full Moon

August’s full Moon was traditionally called the Sturgeon Moon because the giant sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this part of summer. Other names for this Full Moon include ”Full Green Corn Moon,” signaling that the corn was nearly ready for harvest, “Wheat Cut Moon,” “Moon When All Things Ripen,” and ”Blueberry Moon.” Read more about Aquarius Full Moon[…]