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by David Gerbstadt

Drawing is moving a pen, pencil, crayon—or really anything that can make a mark—on paper. In college, it took one teacher to tell me I was swimming in the deep end—in other words, that I was good at art! It took just one person to make me aware I was worthy of something. Up to that point, I had no idea I was ‘good‘ at anything....

 

Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: David is a working artist who lives near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was in a terrible bicycle accident and used art to heal. This is an excerpt from his book, One Breath at a Time.

 

Arts & Art Therapy


Crossposted from the Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet

Washington, D.C.—One of the familiar narratives for the promotion of genetically modified (GM) crops is that they have the potential to alleviate poverty and hunger. But the real impacts of GM crops deserve closer assessment, writes Wanqing Zhou, research associate in the Food and Agriculture Program at the Worldwatch Institute...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Worldwatch Institute investigates the trends and possible fallout of the use of GMOs.

 

Organic Living


 

Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten:  Happy Father's Day! We wish to honor all of you stupendous fathers out there.

 

Family & Parenting


by Shelley Nordlund

The direct impact of color on our lives is easily recognizable.  Some colors make us happy, others make depress us; some help us relax and others energize us.  From the moment we open our eyes in the morning to the time we close them at night, color affects all of us.  Our temperament, our physical movements, our language and thoughts are all impacted by color...

 

Editor's Note from Carolyn White: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) evolved over the millennia as an energy medicine because it paid attention to Nature. Various branches of specialization grew out of the overall study of energy, known as "chi" or "qi." Feng Shui arose as the awareness of how "qi" moves through objects in our environment and the balance - Yin/Yang - of that energy.

 

Energy Medicine


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