If we want a new system, we can’t pretend as if the limits to the one we still live in don’t exist.
It’s a paradoxical world we inhabit, compelling us to operate not by facts as our paradigm pretends to but by an impossibly gray makeup of subjective truths and universal realities.
We’d be wise to honor the reality that emotions drive the human experience far more than logic ever did.
Kim, your cartoon reinforces a very unhelpful sentiment: that spreading memes on social media does little, if anything, to help encourage social progress.
If you’re a white American, like me, the absolute worst thing someone can call you is racist. That is a problem.
The most effective way I can see to achieve this is to support Hillary in becoming our next president and the Democratic party in defeating Trump.
I thought to myself, “Has this been here the whole time?”
In this episode, I talk to Maren Haynes Marchesini about the many possible interpretations of “God”, religion, tolerance, and multiplicity.
I believe that we as humans can actually do a lot better than the modest goal of trying to live more sustainably. I believe we have an imperative as cohabitants on this Earth to create regenerative ways of producing and consuming.
We all have a role to play in building a fashion system that doesn’t degrade our environment and upholds everyone in the supply chain, farmer to consumer.
Emily Affolter and I chat about whether Kindling’s message itself is a microaggression, being a white ally, the White Liberal Chamber, and education.
In Kindling Radio’s first episode, my good friend Lisa Pellegrino and I have a long discussion about trash, the circular economy, and more.
By weaving their intention and values through all aspects of work, OlyKraut shows that there is a purpose that motivates them beyond money.
If Trump is really serious about eliminating terrorist attacks, why not propose banning men?
If we offer something that is truly of value and conduct business with integrity and in alignment with values you share, will you pay more than you have to?
Often, when I tell people I’m building an online media company, I get a bunch of blank stares. What the hell is an online media company and why should I …
Is it possible that by spitting hate and vitriol at rapist Brock Turner we simply reinforce the thought processes that got us here in the first place?
Kindling is here to help us humans grow in the direction of sustainability, equality, and peace. We are creating a space and community where you can learn about and help build our society’s next systems – economic, political, organizational, and spiritual; those that are possible and those that are already emerging.
On May 4th, Pinchot University convened its Next System Project Teach-in, one of dozen events at universities around the country. The teach-ins are designed to spur on new, more sustainable and …
More and more people from all walks of life and spiritual and religious backgrounds feel drawn to ayahuasca in often surprising ways. In Ayahuasca: Soul Medicine of the Amazon Jungle, author Javier Regueiro offers a guide for those new to the use of this powerful medicine that originates in the Amazon rainforest.
Is more economic growth the solution? Will it deliver prosperity and well-being for a global population projected to reach nine billion? In this explosive book, Tim Jackson – a top sustainability adviser to the UK government – makes a compelling case against continued economic growth in developed nations.