Past Excerpts from the Passionate Earth: The Evolution of Our Relationship with the Natural World.
I have come-to-the-conclusion, given my research and experience with ancient cultures, that human beings are naturally social, cooperative and collaborative as a species and that aggression is not an intrinsic part of human nature. So, it belies me to ask the obvious question: why is there so much hostility and violence in the world today?Continue reading “The Shift from Peaceful Partnership Societies to Aggressive Patriarchal Dominator Societies“
We have traveled through time on an evolutionary journey of humanities’ relationship with the natural world and have become aware of the events, both natural and human, that have shaped that relationship from one of relative harmony and connectedness to one of disconnection and alienation. We have delved into the specific reasons for our dysfunctionalContinue reading “The Human-nature Relationship Revisited”
We cannot resolve the environmental problems we have caused by simply becoming aware of what we have done and attaching a diagnosis to it. What is needed now is a disposition of urgency to create a comprehensive plan on which to act with full commitment and conviction. We are now at the place where weContinue reading “Commitment and Concerted Action in the World: Uniting Humanity to a Global Environmental Purpose”
Our biosphere is a very complicated system of interrelationships. These relationships include the interactions between microorganisms, soil, water, rocks, the atmosphere, the global chemistry and all flora and fauna. Any breakdown or imbalance in the relationship between any of these components is very significant and can lead to extensive ecosystem damage. In fact, the simplerContinue reading “Predicting Our Ecological Future”
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