Category Archives: Health

Saturday Surprise — Happy World Bee Day!!! 🐝

Originally posted on Filosofa's Word:
I reprise this post every year on this day, and today it just happens to fall on Saturday, so I can make World Bee Day our Saturday Surprise!? Today is World Bee Day and…

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One of the numerous effects of a warming climate.

Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
An article that I wanted to share with you! There is no question that we are warming the world, and in my mind, there’s very little doubt that it is us older persons who…

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Grieving is something you do

One of my current projects is a book on grief. Here is the latest little section: Grieving is something you do It is all too easy to identify with our suffering. Before I learned mindfulness-based pain management, I dealt with … Continue reading

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Shell knew (half a century ago!) that CO2 was a problem

Fossil fuels are the very bedrock of our global civilization; but oil and gas ‘production’ is nothing of the sort: it’s not production, it’s extraction. Those who ‘produce’ these resources are profiteering from their historic control of them, and actually … Continue reading

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Nonviolent living

At the core of all anger is a need that is not being fulfilled. Marshall Rosenberg (1934–2015) This video by Marshall Rosenberg is less than 6 minutes long, but in that short time it packs a message that would change … Continue reading

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Is it only a dream that there’ll be no more turning away

There are now eight billion of us on Spaceship Earth (and counting), and although it’s only a relatively small proportion of the total, a great many of our fellow travellers are undergoing tremendous suffering while the rest of us turn … Continue reading

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There are far too many people on Spaceship Earth

… who lack basic essentials such as water, food, shelter, friends – and empathy. Especially that last. (Human) population is a serious problem; mainly because it’s crowding out the other residents of ‘our’ planet. The more serious issue, though, is … Continue reading

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Don’t trash our future

It’s not just the big things; the little things matter, too. The UK is suffering from a litter epidemic. 226 million cigarette butts are discarded in England every year. £1 billion – the estimated cost of picking up litter in … Continue reading

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Too hot? Too cold?

by Dr Bob Rich Don’t reach for the thermostat yet. You can save a huge amount of electricity, gas, firewood or whatever your temperature-control energy source is and yet live a good life. Let me tell you a story. After … Continue reading

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Earth Day ft. The Candy

Devang told me that he had a special post lined up for Earth Day, and I had intended to reblog it then but it slipped my mind until now. It’s still Earth Month, though… and, after all, every day really … Continue reading

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