After patriarchy collapses / And capitalism crumbles / We’ll get lost in each other’s / Trickster minds and bodies / Free to touch and let go / Touch and let go, sliding in/ And out of kaleidoscopic embrace
We’re at an inflection point in the Western dharma right now: the last twenty years of mainstreamed mindfulness will likely be nothing compared to the next twenty—with healthcare, technology, and the military responding to data on mindfulness’s effectiveness. Is this a good thing?
A design contest fit for 2012: best vision for a post-capitalist city wins.
While England and the other European nations saw exploitation as the natural scheme of things, America’s founders had a more enlightened understanding of how to thrive without exploiting or being exploited. What if each nation had a mission for maximizing happiness in the world, in its own unique way?