Spirituality, Myths, and Religion

Resurrecting the Corn Mothers to Make Food Systems Sustainable

Sustainable Food Systems Drive Sustainable Economies In the industrialized world, corporate owned food systems have created low priced, readily available, empty calories with long shelf lives.  This biologically inactive foodstuff (emphasis on stuff) has come at the expense of family farms, rural communities, environmental health, basic human nutrition, and civil liberties.  As a result, the cost of health care associated with chronic ...

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Fungi and the Circle of Life

Why Fungi Represent the Circle of Life People look at me funny when I say that fungi are the circle of life.  Comments range from the disinterested, “Yeah, right.   Whatever,” to the challenging “What are you talking about?” Well, here is what I am talking about. Fungi, particularly microfungi, the kind you need a microscope to see, are critical to ...

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Biodiversity and the Least of Our Brothers

Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of these my brethren, even these least, ye did it unto me.  Matthew 25:40-45 American Standard Version.   Social norms, various laws, and widely shared ethics prevent most of us from killing other human beings. Animal lovers and certain vegans object to the killing of pets, whales, livestock, ...

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A 2012 Christmas Prayer

May the world order now dawning reverse our values, that we may begin to place: health above wealth probiotic above antibiotic natural above synthetic diversity above conformity and evolution by symbiosis above survival of the fittest.

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