Fall 2012, Issue #69: Editor’s Note

Whether you are a parent, an organizational leader, some one looking to improve your health, your diet, or your emotional life, this issue has something for you! As our publisher Claus Sproll discusses in his annual fall letter, (p. 3) “electing LILIPOH” means saying yes to a holistic outlook, and to taking the needs of all beings into consideration when ... Read More ►

Worth It

A financial group is transforming the way the world works with money by fostering meaningful relatipships between investors and entrepreneurs Tammi Stein Interviews Don Shaffer of RSF Social Finance Don Shaffer is the president and CEO of RSF Social Finance (RSF), a pioneering non-profit financial services organization dedicated to transforming the way the world works with money. RSF offers investing, ... Read More ►

Redefining Progress – More Stuff Does Not Equal Happiness

David Kupfer Interviews Annie Leonard, Environmentalist, Activist, Author of The Story of Stuff book and mini movie DK: How is national happiness correlated to our material consumption? Does materialism actually make us unhappy? AL: There’s a complicated relationship between material consumption and happiness. Up to a point, there’s a direct connection. A roof over our head, enough food to eat, ... Read More ►

Change Your Habits, Change Your Health

Walter Alexander Interviews Dean Ornish, MD A medical doctor's story of personal awakening, perseverance, and how his research-based work is bringing about a new standard of care in heart medicine and more Dean Ornish, MD, is president and founder of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California, as well as Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of ... Read More ►

One Mind

Craig Weiner, DC, interviews Larry Dossey, MD How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters David Bohm, the great twentieth-century physicist, said that “deep down, the consciousness of mankind is one, and if we don’t see this, we’re blinding ourselves to it.” It’s not just the sense of connectedness that people experience and are ... Read More ►