1% of the population are psychopaths. These are people who lack empathy, conscience and guilt. Consider implications of this carefully. Politicians and higher executives appear to have a higher percentage of psychopaths in their groups (document. find a more exact percentage if possible). We all need to learn more about this group. Also, if you … Continue reading The role of psychopath
Hi [friend], It was so good to talk with you. Below is the rough draft email letter that I have written as a response to Climate Change. I’m planning to send it to various people and would really appreciate your feedback. It would also be great if anyone who is interested used this as a … Continue reading Script: review letter
Are you interested in learning about and passing on stories of successes, large and small? Repeatedly I hear people tell me that almost the only news they read is bad. While we need to not ignore the tough issues, I also think that so many good things are happening, but usually they are not broadcast … Continue reading Current successes
DDT use has been markedly decreased after we learned about all the damage it causes. Likewise, CFC’s are now only minimally used in special situations, after we learned that they were negatively affecting the ozone layer. The Hudson River clean-up by Pete Seeger and others has markedly improved the health of this river. Polio has been … Continue reading Sharing successful efforts
For the raindrop, joy is in entering the river
Unbearable pain becomes it’s own cure.
—Ghalib (translated by Jane Hirshfield)
What are the positive changes we can make on an ongoing basis? In the area of human needs and choices, we are exploring: Psychological effects Carbon footprints Food Stories Socially responsible investing Are you interested in helping us learn more about any of these areas? Other areas we should explore further?