At the beginning of his book Blessed Unrest, Paul Hawken talks about a “coalescence of hundreds of thousands of organizations” across the planet.
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So when I ordered online Manage Your Day-to-Day, featured last week, I was prompted that people who bought this, also bought Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon. Not wanting to appear less bright than those folks, I added it to my basket. And it’s a fun book. Lots of helpful advice, especially in creativity. And […]
The biblical notion of Jubilee is both strange and radical: after the seventh cycle of seven years, economic chaos is unleashed, and it’s good news for people for whom justice is long overdue. “This fiftieth year is sacred—it is a time of freedom and of celebration when everyone will receive back their original property, and […]
A patient at LeBonhuer Children’s Hospital in Memphis is greeted by Spiderman. You’ve got to occasionally clean all those windows, so washers with American National Skyline put on Spiderman costumes to the delight of patients and their families. Photos: Brandon Dill/AP via NBC News.