Tag Archives: Change

On a grey Friday

This heavy, grey, damp and gloomy morning reminds me of Auckland. And Makarora also, on that day when the rain falling through the leaves, saturating the moss and making slippery the rocks was so in keeping with my mood, and … Continue reading

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The Silent Music of the Mind: Remembering Oliver Sacks, by Maria Popova

I was a relative latecomer to the work of Oliver Sacks (July 9, 1933–August 30, 2015), that great enchanter of storytelling who spent his life bridging science and the human spirit — partly because I was not yet born when … Continue reading

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DailyGood: The Power of Story

By Linda Marsa. I stare out the window from my tiny flat on the 300th floor, hermetically sealed in a soaring, climate-controlled high-rise, honeycombed with hundreds of dwellings just like mine, and survey the breathtaking vistas from my lofty perch … Continue reading

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Peace depends on respect for every individual | Initiatives of Change International website

Initiatives of Change International is deeply concerned about escalating violence, death and destruction in many parts of the world.Humanity’s high hopes at the start of the new millennium, that the new century would be one of dialogue instead of war … Continue reading

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Peter Buffett: We’re Not Doing Enough, by Allison Jones

In late July Peter Buffett, son of billionaire Warren Buffet and co-chair of the NoVo Foundation, wrote an op-ed in the New York Times, arguing that too much of philanthropy is focused on making the donor feel good, and not … Continue reading

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Return of the Sun on Vimeo

Return of the Sun on Vimeo on Vimeo via Return of the Sun on Vimeo. Reposted from David Kannigan’s inspiring blog, Lead. Learn. Live.

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