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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Feb 24

https://medium.com/media/fcbb0ba19b322ecabd62fa286edeae7a/hrefThis is a very special conversation that I had with Dr. Dan Longboat of the Turtle Clan in the Mohawk Nation. Together we explored “finding the third way” that brings together the best of indigenous knowledge with the best of Western culture.Please watch and reflect on the wisdom that Dan brings to this discussion. Also please share the video with anyone who might find value in it. This was a conversation that helped shape the creation of the 7 Generation Bioregional Earth Summit and is part of the work that Brian Puppa and Susan Bosak are doing at the Legacy Project.I highly

https://medium.com/media/fcbb0ba19b322ecabd62fa286edeae7a/hrefThis is a very special conversation that I had with Dr. Dan Longboat of the Turtle Clan in the Mohawk Nation. Together we explored “finding the third way” that brings together the best of indigenous knowledge with the best of Western culture.Please watch and reflect on the wisdom that Dan brings to this discussion. Also please share the video with anyone


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Dec 19

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an easeful life, e.g. less fear of police, less corrupt institutions, more social connectedness, more intact welfare state. [Note I said by international comparison: also a lotta ppl have a terrible life in NZ.]The thing I call “peace” is encoded in the

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Dec 19

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an easeful life, e.g. less fear of police, less corrupt institutions, more social connectedness, more intact welfare state. [Note I said by international comparison: also a lotta ppl have a terrible life in NZ.]The thing I call “peace” is encoded in the

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an


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