Is fear the same as awe? I know they sometimes feel the same, but I find fear to be paralyzing and awe to empower me.
By Tory Field and Beverly Bell Part 16 of the Harvesting Justice series
“The only way we’re going to… change the most basic attitude of policy-makers… is for you and me to become the policy-makers, taking charge of every aspect of our food system – from farm to fork,” sai
Bordering an interstate highway in Arkansas, a giant billboard with a photo of a stoic-looking farmer watches over the speeding traffic.
Women control $12 trillion of the global economy and make about 80% of the purchasing decisions, according to the Boston Consulting Group (not exactly a feminist-leaning company).
Hello Fabulous World Pulse Women! Just 10 more days to the 11.11.11 portion of our RISE Event! http://www.BraveHeartWomenRISE.com
As I immerse myself in the stories of you, my global sisters, one reality predominates: how things are arranged (or deranged) in our respective lives is a powerful deterrent to change.
This little discussion about our world view of events leads us full circle back to where we started. The Law of Attraction states that what we focus on we attract to ourselves.
“I doubt, therefore I think, therefore I exist” says Rene Descartes. “I work, then I exist” says Patiño. Is Patiño challenging Descartes, copying him or just being absurd?