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Dec 14, 2019
  • Dec 14, 2019 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: yesterday

Webinar hosted by Jem Bendell with guest Charles Eisenstein.

Charles is the author of "Climate, a New Story" and other books.

"I’m not the guy who has got it all figured out. I know that my books and other work comes from a deep, inspired source, but that source is not me! It is more like I’m connecting to a field of knowledge, or to a story that wants to be told. This knowledge is as much my teacher as it is anyone else’s. I’m kind of ordinary, compared to some of the amazing people I keep meeting. I’m just as much in the learning as anyone else, wandering as best I can toward 'the more beautiful world my heart knows is possible', encumbered by the programming and the wounds of our civilization."

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  • Currently reading "Climate" and finding it's message very inspiring - I wish that the leaders and parties in the Canadian Election now underway had all read it - so helpful (potentially) in defusing some of the acrimonious and unhelpful clash bewteen deniers and activists (e.g., so visible yesterday in Edmonton with Greta vs the truck convoy!) Really looking forward to this conversation - I think it could be pivotal!!!

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