In place of the usual Buddhist warnings about clinging and attachment, many of us now have the opposite problem: an inability to concentrate on one thing.
Read Whole Story
The world needs every brilliant mind available to help to show us how to solve the climate crisis. In 2011, we lost two of the best: Jonathan Rowe and Richard Douthwaite.
Jonathan Rowe was, by inclination, an unobtrusive man. He moved through this world quietly, and he left quietly. He did not promote himself. He was not comfortable seeking recognition. He concentrated instead on substance.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more.