Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian conflict resolution system that has become popularized. This article traces back through its history and evolution.
Nat Turner was a teacher in New York when the plight of the lower 9th
ward in hurricane ravaged New Orleans moved him to drive a blue school
bus there. Nat turned the ruin of a grocery store into an alternative
school for at-risk youth. While teaching his students he pays them to
grow food, which he sells to local restaurants to support the school.
Call me a hippie, but I've always had a vision of a better world. Of
people living in love peace and unity. And I believe that change begins
in ourselves, in our hearts. When I discovered raw foods, I knew I had
found a way to facilitate that change both in my own personal life, and
to influence others to make that change. It's this vision that propels
Now that I have entered the realm of speculation, I would like to
describe a few more aspects of sacred economy that I believe will unfold
over the next two centuries. This book has described developments that
we can create in the next twenty years, and in some cases the next five.
What about the next two hundred years?
These personal accounts capture life at Zuccotti Park, as experienced by a young Civil Rights attorney and mother who arrived at the Occupy Wall Street protests a skeptic, but who was quickly pulled in by the excitement of witnessing a new movement being birthed.