Tag Archive | Compassion

Women’s Rights Are Not Negotiable

The issue of women’s rights has been one of paramount importance for a long time. For millenia, we’ve had a serious problem of male domination in human society. This has led to innumerable acts of mindless violence as we have forgotten our feminine side. Life is about balance and we are significantly out of balance […]

LYNNE STEWART

Announcement from the MumiaNYC Website on the sudden passing on of Civil Rights Legend, The People’s Lawyer, Lynne Stewart: LONG LIVE LYNNE STEWART, A REVOLUTIONARY EXAMPLE FOREVER, A FIGHTER FOR JUSTICE TO HER LAST BREATH! We extend our deepest condolences to Ralph, Betty, her children, grandchildren, and all those who loved her. INTERNATIONAL CONCERNED FAMILY […]

When Will We Learn?

The sun never set on the British Empire back in the day. The same with the Russian Empire. The Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese… they all travelled the world in the past few centuries invading foreign lands, enslaving people who did nothing to them and forcing their way of life on cultures who differed from them […]

HEALING

HEALING I’ve been thinking about health lately and started jotting down my thoughts on it – ideas about the health of individuals as well as the health of society as a whole and the relationship between them. I guess to think about health in this way is somewhat of a holistic way of looking at […]

Living Planet Report 2016

Originally posted on GarryRogers Nature Conservation:
GR:  The Living Planet Index, which measures abundance levels of 14,152 monitored populations of 3,706 vertebrate species, continues to show a downward trend. On average, monitored species declined by 58% between 1970 and 2012.  The report ties the decline to humans and human population growth.  Authors of the report…

BLACK PANTHERS: 50TH ANNIVERSARY

BLACK PANTHERS 50TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT I visited the Oakland Museum of California recently to see the exhibit honoring the 50th anniversary of the Black Panthers. There was a variety of displays showing their true history (as opposed to the Capitalist Pig version obediently manufactured by mainstream media for decades) which included video & audio displays, […]

Richie Havens

Richie Havens was one of the most uniquely talented singer/guitarists to ever come along. He created a style of guitar playing that could provoke the imagination while bringing deep emotions to the surface. It could evoke sadness and longing, but it could also bring forth warmth, love and a peacefulness in a way that few […]