I'm joining Service Space because ... I am interested in hosting awakin circles and am intrigued by gift ecology in general.
A good day to me is when ... I'm either productive toward meaningful goals or deeply relaxed in stillness.
My hero in life is ...My meditation teacher
My favorite book is ...No More Throw-away People
One thing I'm grateful for is ... The Earth
Sep 21, 2020, 1 comments, 6 smiles We psychologically attribute too much power to people with money and authority. We often expect or wait for the rich and high-status people to change the world. We grow upset or resentful, if they do not fulfill our expectations. We may think that we have to become rich or attain high status before we can bring about “real” change in society (whatever real means). When we do not have money or authority, we are often treated as a tool by those who do to reach their goals. When we don’t have money or authority, we often treat each other as a means to acquire money or authority. When we don’t have money or authority, we often reduce ourselves into a machine (or a cog in a larger machine) whose main purpose is to maximize wealth or social status in life. When the machine does not achieve its purpose, we beat ... Read Full Story