Each week Souldish NYC Events Calendar hips you onto the best mind, body and soul events and parties that NYC's counterculture has to offer.
Is the Wall Street economic meltdown gearing us up for a food crisis? Or, will we find our way to a better world with values and nutrients as our arsenal?
We need to be activists in the economy as well as in politics and the environment. We can use our money and skills to promote humanistic values on all levels of society.
Plants have been used for thousands of years to treat and cure illnesses, but in modern America, we're dissuaded from these proven methods by the interests of multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical companies. Is all that about to change?
The point of utter destitution is also the point of turning. We are beginning to experience the softening and expansion of the separate self. As multiple crises reach their fulfillment, could we be entering an Age of Love?
The twin epidemics of obesity and autoimmunity are symptoms of a deep infirmity in our civilization. Each condition shows us something about our society, and offers clues to how we might heal these conditions that have proven so intractable to modern medicine.
Our form of democracy is essentially a product of cutting-edge 18th century technology. If we re-wrote the Constitution from scratch, how would we use computers and the Internet to collaborate, manage our resources, and govern ourselves?
To improve ourselves, we pledge to have more self-control. But the effort at self-control is a program of reward and punishment, incentive and threat. Experience tells us that it does not work. And the reason it does not work is that human beings are not meant to be slaves.
Calls to “be green” send mixed messages and leave consumers confused about their choices and, most importantly, their own health. Box after box of “organic” foods line the Whole Foods aisles, boasting claims that may or may not be accurate.
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