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. Support Us Good…

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New Round of “10-Steps To Personal Resilience & Empowerment”

It’s tough being an aware, awake person in this culture. Each day seems to bring more bad news: more natural disasters, more hate-fueled actions, more division, and more reminders that our culture is destroying our planetary lifelines.  We at the Good Grief Network are aware of the pain, anger, grief…

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Resources To Dig Deeper Into Each Step

STEP 1: ​Accept the problem and its severity (Quote) “We have to do something braver than just try to save the world we have known, we must accept the fact that the world we have known is going to change in hideous and damaging ways.” ― Bill McKibben(Article) Dahr Jamail, “In…

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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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Step 1: Admit That I Am Part of the Problem As Well As The Solution

Thank you for being a part of the Good Grief Network! As some of you know, we’ve recently started the second round of the Good Grief Psychosocial Resiliency Program. I’ll recap the first step in a bit. Step One: Accept the problem and its severity. What made you realize the…

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