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In Search of the True Self: Alchemus Prime

In 2014, meditation proved to be the most important activity in my life. Soon enough, I noticed many insights and inspirations arriving during my daily […]

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Beyond Racism: Creating Identity in a New Paradigm  

It was July 11, 2014. As I sat in Cline Library Assembly Hall at the Northern Arizona University listening to Dr. Sandra Fox speak about […]

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From Cruelty to Compassion

One of the ways I understand and practice ethics (Kantian ethics, for example) is that when we hold a principle, we make no exceptions, because […]

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Going to Hell in a Handbasket* or Converging on a Solution?

Inspired by a post on indigenous ethics, I was reflecting today on the sacred connection indigenous peoples share with plants, animals, stars, and planets. What […]

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We are the Tech We’ve Been Looking For

Last week I traveled to Urcuqui in Ecuador for the launch of the Innopolis Science and Technology Fair in Yachay City of Knowledge. A wonderfully […]

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What is Education Really For?

Education is about what we are doing, not only what we are thinking or what we know. I contend that education is really for the […]

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2015: The Rise of Common Sense

“The new common sense is about knowing that all of life is significant and that you must take care of it.”  — Barbara Marciniak, Path […]

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Identity: What is Your Point of Reference?

While meditating this morning, I remembered some research I had done as a grad student on identity. Specifically, ‘global identity,’ which refers to “consciousness of […]

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Personal and Planetary Wellness: Win-Wins

I was recently in Arizona interviewing teachers in Navajo Nation about the action steps they see as most important to enhance indigenous learner success. One […]

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