Essays written by various authors.
Mind & Spirit
To the Editor, To continue the dialogue about eating “free-range” farm animals, I want to submit some thoughts about whether this is, in fact, humane enough.
In March of 2002, I did what many people who are closing in on their 40th birthday do -- I took inventory of my life. After a short deliberation, I decided I needed a new home because I felt stifled by the warren-like floor plan and low ceilings of my ranch-style house.
In January 2001, Spirit of Change asked readers to sponsor efforts to build a midwife/health center in Concepcion, Guatemala -- home to Felipe and Elena Ixcot, currently residents of Vermont, and honored elders attending the annual Harvest Gathering each year.
Since September 11, 2001, much has been written about people from all walks of life making dramatic changes in their lives as they tap into their deeper essence, change careers, and find innovative ways to bring passion into their work lives.
In early autumn 2002, Carlos Barrios journeyed north from his home in Guatemala to the eastern edge of the Four Corners in the United States.
The holiday season is upon us once again where it is all too easy to get swept away in the force of commercialized holiday spirit.
Some time ago, a reader suggested we devote an issue to finding out what happened to our best and brightest from the sixties: our very own hippies.