The thing about living is light. It surrounds us, breathes through us – not in us but through us. The force of it is subtle as the New Mexico breeze I hardly notice under the hot summer desert sun then suddenly become acutely grateful for when under the shade of a hundred-year-old cottonwood tree.
Light informs my psychotherapeutic work with…Continue
Added by Paul DeBlassie III on March 16, 2019 at 10:19am — No Comments
How are humans permanently changed by violence in their environment?
Human fossil history suggests that about 25% of us were killed with some form of human violence in the past. Those of us who study human violence longitudinally, and recognize it’s ubiquitous nature, are still trying to identify a common source. Is “environmental violence”, the violence that occurs around us every day, in various forms including news reports and entertainment, itself the…Continue
Added by Steve Staniek on March 14, 2019 at 12:05pm — No Comments
In April 2011 a million people gathered in London. News reporters showed that many were apparently weeping with joy. Broadcast in over 180 countries to perhaps 160 million viewers, the wedding was one of the most watched events in TV history. With an additional 70 million live internet streams, the Guinness Book gave it the record of “Most Live Streams for a Single Event”, beating out 2009’s memorial service for Michael Jackson (see below).
Added by Barry Spector on March 6, 2019 at 3:01pm — No Comments