From the Editor
Borrowing from Krishnamurti's famous remark "truth is a pathless land," the thought comes up: "Yes. And yet it's still truth." If this land is pathless, it may be because it cannot survive being packaged for distribution. It doesn't scale that way because it lives inside being, not things. And its essence may be more like a question than an answer...
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As a young woman, Petra was a hairdresser. Then, feeling called to do more, she became an environmental engineer. Eventually, she realized that making technical improvements was not enough, that "you have to change the awareness of society to save our environment." At the age of 39, she became a pilgrim. It marked a new beginning.
A high school teacher was laying out the deteriorating state of the global environment, and then moved on to the next thing. But "Whoa," thought Wolfstone. "There is no 'next thing.'" Since then, this filmmaker has been on a mission...
"One of our biggest problems is that we're disconnected. We're disconnected with ourselves, we're disconnected socially and we're disconnected systemically. So how do we start to reconnect?" Mehta has some inspiring answers...
Describing his experience of another reality, Kane writes, "A lightness appeared in my step. My body seemed a carriage containing another form of myself complete in every detail. Care took the place of fear. Unknowing was known....