Earth’s Dignity: A Plea

By Vandana Shiva, PhD Today, there are one billion people who go hungry and half of them produce food. Something is going dreadfully wrong when even farmers and gardeners have to go hungry. This fact did not arise overnight, but happened in two steps. First came industrialization of agriculture, the “Green Revolution,” which is neither green nor revolutionary. Bill Gates and ... Read More ►

Working to Serve Others at the Fellowship Community

By Eleanor Zimmerman, Oona Younger, Paul Scharff, M.D., Ann Scharff, Elizabeth Scherer, Jairo Gonzalez, Yoko Conlon, Catherine Commerford Work-Based, Intergenerational, Long-Term Care for Elders The Fellowship Community is an intentional community that “walks its talk” every day. Since 1966, the Fellowship Community has existed with the intention of “serving needs.” We work not so much for money, but more for ... Read More ►

Winter 2015, Issue #74: Editor’s Note

Dear readers, I invite you to consider that the humble and unassuming task of gardening is a profound method for learning about ourselves, getting touch with our souls, and exploring spirituality. For most of us, our lives are filled with thoughts and feelings that arise in response to what we observe in the world around us—our interactions with others, daily ... Read More ►