Here are some links to other websites we find interesting. Please visit them.
LeafLady , an herbalist with a great site, she has my Yogurt article posted and much other good information, check out her article on soy.
Susun Weed , I've studied with Wise Woman Tradition herbalist Susun Weed and have several articles that refer to my learnings with her. She is the founder of Ash Tree Publishing in Woodstock, NY.
Continuum , Emilie Conrad is the founder of Continuum movement. My Muse To Write workshops are based on the work Emilie and Rebecca Mark have pioneered combining Continuum movement with words.
DAAIR , Direct Access Alternative Information Resourses, an Buyer's Club in New York City that has lots of good information to share.
Barbara Brewitt , founder of BioMedCom she has developed Cell Signal Enhancers, a high dilution formula of growth hormones. Read my article on her work.
Michael Mooney , sited in my article on Cholesterol and Triglicerides. Michael Mooney and Nelson Vergel have published "Built To Survive, The Comprehensive Book on Anabolic Steroids, Growth Hormone, Nutrition & Exercise for HIV Wellness & Longevity."
, The Public Conversations Project focuses on difficult conversations. Recently published on line a guide for facilitating post-September 11 conversations.
HOW RACE IS LIVED IN AMERICA multi-part New York Times series.
TEMPERED RADICALS I became aware of this term while doing research on how people understand and cycle through seemingly irreconcilable polarities, for example being a political radical while working for a large multi-national corporation. Since finding that first article one of the authors has expanded it into a book length treatment of the topic. This is a review in Fast Company...
"Indeed, tempered radicals understand, either instinctively or through
painful experience, what the organizational limits are. Kirk Tucker, 56,
who heads planning and strategy for Harley-Davidson's big York,
Pennsylvania motorcycle manufacturing plant, was reassigned midway
through his engineering career when he pressed too hard and too early
for organizational changes. He realizes now that "you have to recognize
how far you can push. If you push it too far, you will become ineffective.
When you're ineffective, you put yourself at risk. One mentor told me
years ago, 'Have patience. It's going to take them a while to figure out
that you're right.' "
Metaphor, Morality, and Politics, Or, Why Conservatives Have Left Liberals In the Dust by George Lakoff
The Journal of John Woolman, An Appreciation by John G. Whittier, 1871.
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