this morning, i visited chitowngreg’s sunday post about gratitude. it was fabulous to see all the comments there – 48 at the time i was visiting. and then of course my research brain got curious. what a great treasure trove to delve a little into to find out what specific things people are grateful for!… Continue reading looking into gratitude
here is the link to my final post on brainblogger on using chaos theory to understand conflict and, hopefully, see which way peace lies. following the lead of a team of multidiscplinary researchers (psychologists, sociologists, etc.), we look at three solutions: interrupting the feedback loop of conflict finding commonalities the butterfly effect – doing small… Continue reading peace, conflict and chaos
an hommage to nancy white, one of my heroes. among a gazillion other things, i admire her for her graphic representation skills. this doodle here represents the stories of people who were talking about all the places they’ve worked.
the following is a press release from vancouver’s north shore schizophrenia society. since no-one seems to have picked it up yet, i’m publishing it here. it addresses the important question of when involuntary admission for serious mental illness is applicable, and the involvement of family members. vancouver coastal, in a review of the death by… Continue reading schizophrenia, involuntary admission and family members
i am still intrigued by the question of the relationship between work, mental health and peace. it is interesting that this relationship is hardly ever explored, not even the relationship between the workplace and peace. however, here and there i find a little nugget. one of them is giving peace a chance: organizational leadership, empowerment,… Continue reading organizational leadership, empowerment and sustainable peace
aaah, you gotta love spammers. here is a particularly lovely comment i received. i just wanna cuddle mittlestone! see the bold parts for extra tasty word morsels. a lot of successful websites depend on returning visitors to account someone is concerned a notable side of their traffic. returning visitors are easier to transfigure into paying… Continue reading from my online dossier: pull down a vacuous email!
every month i delve into the buddhasphere to come up with interesting tidbits in buddhist writing. this time around i was interested in the concept of right action. the poem we start out with today is the famous shin jin mei poem the perfect way knows no difficulties except that it refuses to make preferences;… Continue reading august 2010 buddhist carnival: right action