Infographic – How does the U.S. compare to other countries when it comes to recycling? Which US cities could improve their recycling efforts?
Julian Rose, Contributor Waking Times The wrong people are in charge… that’s pretty obvious. But what is not so obvious is how they got there? And once having found an open gate, why have we left them to graze the best pastures while we grovel around in the barren fallow? A very strange phenomenon… This World […]
Z, Contributing Writer Waking Times 1. You are an advocate for changing fear, as opposed to fearing change By transforming fear into courage, you understand that power is merely a stopgap that must be expiated, lest it corrupt absolutely. For any action to count as courageous it must first come from an understanding that the […]
Josh Richardson, Prevent Disease Waking Times We live in denial of our inherent negativity for the most part, and often wonder why the world around is so mean and reckless. Unlike dogs we may not be born eternal optimists, but positivity is something that can be imbibed even if a tad forcibly; such as by […]
Chris Bourne, Contributing Writer Waking Times It’s all because of the economy. For quite some time now the powers-that-be in the USA have been angling for an expansion of their invasionist tactics in the Middle East. Some say it’s about securing dwindling oil reserves, but it actually goes much deeper than that. It’s all about […]
One of the most significant hurdles to our development as ‘whole’ human beings is our attachment to the false separation made between what is considered ‘practical’ and what is considered ‘spiritual’.
“For ten years people in Albany have tried to turn the Gill Tract into an urban farm and more open space for the community,” explains Jackie Hermes-Fletcher, an Albany resident and public school teacher for 38 years. “The people in the Bay Area deserve to use this treasure of land for an urban farm to help secure the future of our children.”