Marshall Rosenberg, the creator of Nonviolent Communication, also known as Compassionate Communication, died last month. His teachings have changed my life, and have the potential to
change the world.
In the 1950s, physicist Russell
Targ made his reputation by helping to develop
the laser. But in 1972, his life took a turn for the surreal when he began two decades at the forefront of one of the strangest chapters of the
Cold War: psychic espionage.
"What's permaculture?" I asked. He responded: "It's about sharing with other people and learning to live in harmony with the land. I guess it's a little like survivalism, but with a sense of responsibility to nature and humanity." I liked that idea.