Episode 12: Buddhist Economics with Dr. Clair Brown

In episode 12, Aimee and Laura speak with UC Berkley Economics Professor Dr. Clair Brown about her book Buddhist Economics: An Enlightened Approach to the Dismal Science. This conversation invites listeners of all backgrounds to imagine an ideal future that benefits all rather than a select few. More Info On…

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Next Week: Personal Resilience In A Chaotic Climate

We are excited to announce that a new round of the Good Grief Network‘s successful “10-Steps to Personal Resilience In A Chaotic Climate” will be launching on February 27, 2019 at 6:30pm. We’re meeting at the Unitarian Church: 569 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102. You’ll have to head to the North Doors and…

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Resources to Go Further Into Step 4:

STEP 4: Confront My Own Mortality And The Mortality Of All “The Revolution Will Not Be televised“ Charles Eisenstein: Climate — A New Story (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Independent bookstores). Flight From Death Documentary (Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH7686gJgj8) “The People Paradox: Self-Esteem Striving, Immortality Ideologies, and Human Response to Climate Change” Civil Disobedience Over Climate Change…

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What No One Wants to Talk About (When We Talk About Celebrities)

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Chances are, you’ve already heard that pop icon Demi Lovato nearly died from a recent overdose. For how frequently we discuss celebrities, it amazes me how little we think about the human beings behind the hype. We talk about what they wear, tweet, and say. We pin our hopes, fears,…

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William Kaufman Hits the Nail On The Head

A recent article published on Counterpunch.org discusses the democratic shortcomings with regard to climate change. In “Climate Change Denial, Democratic-style,” Kaufman acknowledges the head nods that democrats give to the ecocidal culture we’re living in but responds by saying it’s not enough. Science proves it’s not enough. Activists know it’s…

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