How To Think Like An Ecosystem

I’m neither an optimist nor a pessimist. I am a dyed-in-the-wool possibilist! By this, I mean with an eco-mind, we see that everything’s connected and change is the only constant. — Frances Moore Lappe

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Good News of the Day:
“A new way of seeing that is opening up to us can form a more life-serving mental map. I call it “eco-mind”– looking at the world through the lens of ecology. This worldview recognizes that we, no less than any other organism, live in relation to everything else. As the visionary German physicist Hans-Peter Durr puts it, “There are no parts, only participants.” This fascinating article from Yes Magazine describes — what it means to think like an ecosystem, why this crucial mindshift is necessary for our planet and what we can do to foster it.
http://premiere.whatcounts.com/t?ctl=16AB505:C3009629A010612CAE3E39559F5EB0CDB4B847859706E37D&

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Be The Change:
“If you are a poet, you will see clearly that there is a cloud floating in this sheet of paper.” Thich Nhat Hanh shares a beautiful reflection on inter-connection
http://premiere.whatcounts.com/t?ctl=16AB506:C3009629A010612CAE3E39559F5EB0CDB4B847859706E37D&

**Share A Reflection**
http://premiere.whatcounts.com/t?ctl=16AB507:C3009629A010612CAE3E39559F5EB0CDB4B847859706E37D&

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