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Culture is community’s wisdom accumulated through shared memory

New York Times: April 7, 2020

Markets, Money & Corporations: Are Creations of the State Politically Constructed “The distribution of income is not determined by an invisible hand’s objective appraisal of each worker and investors marginal utility, but by the ‘politically constructed’ laws and institutions that structure economic activity in a given society.” Oppose the Progress…

Chinook Dictionary

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McMaster University

Begin Conscious Parenting Practice with Proof it Works! Whenever I speak to anyone I tell them my prime interest is conscious parenting. But I always stumble over the most common response: Give me proof! they say. So for pretty well all that I write comes with corroborated scientific proof in…

Why You Feel What You Feel

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Good afternoon. It’s a real pleasure to do another TED Talk. And today I’m going to talk to you about you. And share with you, hopefully, an idea that’s really made a massive difference in my life and hopefully could make a…

Care of the Soul

Ancient Greek Paedea – Presently, Learning Before Birth It’s not challenging to surmise the Greeks of ancient times relied on their intrinsic knowledge of birthing and raising children founded in the wisdom of the extended family, but particularly in the care of the nursemaid and the mother. In modern times…