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As ecosystems are stressed and careen towards collapse… As the world population increases beyond the limits of capacity… As communities split apart and are consumed by fear and hatred… As nations come apart at the seams or barely hang on … Continue reading

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Schools, Prisons, and Workplaces

(original image post by David Wolfe) I re-posted this on Facebook a year ago, but it needs to be reposted. We also can add a third column: most corporate workplaces. There are exceptions to schools and workplaces, but the tendency … Continue reading

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More Shootings and We Still Haven’t Learned

Yet another school shooting today, and this time young children, as well as adults. Of course, we still think everyone should have guns, even though the 2nd Amendment was not intended to allow guns in everyone’s homes, but rather for … Continue reading

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Earlier this week, my teacher education students completed their month-long moon study. As I’ve been doing for years, we spend a class session “debriefing” and sharing the explanatory models each student has developed over the month. In general, this session … Continue reading

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Gregory Bateson: An Introduction

I had the fortunate opportunity to spend five weeks with Gregory Bateson during the summer of 1975. Gregory was an extraordinary man with a huge heart and phenomenal mind. In 2004, his last wife, Lois, mentioned to me, “you know … Continue reading

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