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Future Primitive
The Doorway to Deep Connection

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The Numinous Podcast
On Love and Grief in the Age of Collapse

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KBOO's Religion for Life
Love in the Age of Ecological Apocalypse

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Conversations with Andrew Harvey

Carolyn and Andrew Harvey on How To Respond To Catastrophic Climate Change.

Carolyn and Andrew discuss collapse.

Living Resiliently

Carolyn’s Latest Books

Three Lists: What Has Been Lost, What Has Been Given, What Has Been Saved, By Dan Allen

lists

So in this time of catastrophe, Perhaps we should turn to these lists. And teach our children from them. So that we may live. . . . → Read More: Three Lists: What Has Been Lost, What Has Been Given, What Has Been Saved, By Dan Allen

Are You Your Most Unique Self? By Michael Meade

Contemplation

The massive problems and loss of opportunities that characterize current culture make it more difficult for individuals to find a meaningful orientation in the course of their lives. Young people face a world lacking in jobs, but flooded with uncertainties. At the same time, older folks live longer and longer, but face greater and greater insecurity. . . . → Read More: Are You Your Most Unique Self? By Michael Meade

Where Have All The Wise Men Gone? By Michael Meade

Wisdom

Genuine wisdom relaxes hostility, settles common fears and makes inner balance and longer vision more possible. When older folks fail to recommit to the great ideals that sustain the deepest values of human life, they tend to feel more fearful and anxious while also becoming more cynical and self-involved. When older folks act with genuine courage and vision, young people feel encouraged to find and follow their dreams. . . . → Read More: Where Have All The Wise Men Gone? By Michael Meade