REAL HOPES for Planet Earth

I watched the excellent BBC series called Planet Earth which inspired this poem written for you below.  Here is a brief overview of this magnificent series.

Planet Earth is a 2006 television series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit. Five years in the making, it was… Continue reading

Diversity is the Alchemy of Peaceful Transformation

I am coming into an understanding of diversity of consciousness, philosophy, values and at the same time I can see the purpose in the tensions in life. They either cause us to blame another or they create a journey within to smooth our own philosopher’s stone, which becomes the pearl, an outcome of beauty and… Continue reading

The Economics of Social Medicine is About Bedside Manners

In truth in my view about the whole issue of Obamacare is about how we treat each other and ourselves.  Interestingly the tension in hospitals can often be between brush bedside manners and really helping someone.  It is the compassionate versus the detached.  I know when I was sick in hospital I… Continue reading

One World: There Are No Strangers Only Potential Friends

It is interesting to live in a society that is kept so busy, that we see our own interests above that of others. I meet many who have good intentions but don’t live it. It is in the living of these higher intentions that greatness can manifest and those voices who can show another way,… Continue reading

Oil Drilling On Trial In the World’s Oceans Who Really Profits?

I was just overviewing my blog to be reminded of the blog I put together on the BP oil spill. We live in a world where there is so many distractions that we forget the important issues. In my previous blog issues are raised about the oil spill affecting the functioning of the Gulf Stream.… Continue reading

Caught in the Web of Social Disintegration

I wrote this short paper and sent it to Bill Emmott the Editor of the Economist back in the early 1990’s. At the time I chose to experiment with a new style of writing essays that more flowed then was structured. It was actually a form of poetry within an essay process that reflected the… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”