Quick Reminder: We are going to have our monthly Integral Activism/Back to Sack meeting this Sunday October 26, 2008 from 12 to 2pm at the Lila Center (302 Bowery, 3rd Floor). We are going to be talking about some of our initial findings from looking into other cities’ efforts to ban or tax plastic bags. …

The good news: I went thirteen months without consuming a cup of coffee. The sort of bad news: tonight I drank a cup of coffee for the first time in thirteen months. How did I accomplish this? you may ask. And why? Why would a New Yorker ever give up her coffee?

Following up on last week’s post, I wanted to highlight a chapter in For the Common Good: Redirecting the Economy toward Community, the Environment, and a Sustainable Future, by economist Herman E. Daly and a philosopher-theologian John B. Cobb Jr., called “The Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness in Economics.” It identifies a critical problem resulting from…

The hero myth is found in every culture throughout the world, throughout the millenia. The process of call to adventure, initiation, wandering in the mythological woods, conquering evil, and returning home with knowledge to help the community is the basic story of every religious and spiritual figure, including Buddha, Jesus, Mohammad, Indian gods and Native…

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Davee Evans is a Shambhala practitioner just returned to San Francisco from Portland. He’s a software and usability engineer, mostly for startups in Silicon Valley. He graduated from MIT with a degree in mathematics, where he also tried out his first weekend meditation retreat. Lately he’s particularly interested in Buddhist philosophy and Buddhist terminology.

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