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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Dec 21

Bell Hooks (1952-2021): The Cultural Politics of Love“My students tell me, we don’t want to love! We’re tired of being loving! And I say to them, if you’re tired of being loving, then you haven’t really been loving, because when you are loving you have more strength.”– bell hooks.It might seem strange for a regular white guy like me to want to mark the passing of bell hooks, a black feminist icon. It might even seem inappropriate, because ostensibly her work is not about me, or my kind of experience. Yet I do feel moved to share why people like me — and here

Bell Hooks (1952-2021): The Cultural Politics of Love“My students tell me, we don’t want to love! We’re tired of being loving! And I say to them, if you’re tired of being loving, then you haven’t really been loving, because when you are loving you have more strength.”– bell hooks.It might seem strange for a regular white guy like me to want to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Aug 19

https://medium.com/media/6248aa0e93ab23aa98a7c21fe82602a8/hrefIn this video, Ronan Harrington explores 5 ways in which transformational festivals are held back from genuinely changing our culture.If you are a festival goer, would love to know if you agree with any of the following or have more to add:Lurking behind celebration, a culture of hedonistic escapism that disassociates from fully our life struggles and the crises facing society.2. Lurking behind connection, new set of status games and hierarchies based on who’s the most beautiful, spiritual, and knows the best tunes.3. Lurking behind personal growth, a new culture of self absorption that eats into service toward wider social change projects, and keeps

https://medium.com/media/6248aa0e93ab23aa98a7c21fe82602a8/hrefIn this video, Ronan Harrington explores 5 ways in which transformational festivals are held back from genuinely changing our culture.If you are a festival goer, would love to know if you agree with any of the following or have more to add:Lurking behind celebration, a culture of hedonistic escapism that disassociates from fully our life struggles and the crises facing society.2. Lurking behind


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Aug 15

From Mystery of Love by Marc Gafni: The greatest crisis of our lives is neither economic, intellectual, nor even what we usually call religious. It is a crisis of imagination. We get stuck on our paths because we are unable to reimagine our lives differently from what they are right now. We hold on desperately […]

From Mystery of Love by Marc Gafni: The greatest crisis of our lives is neither economic, intellectual, nor even what we usually call religious. It is a crisis of imagination. We get stuck on our paths because we are unable to reimagine our lives differently from what they are right now. We hold on desperately […]


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Aug 15

Some time ago I was blessed to participate in a workshop in New York City with Marc Gafni and Kristina Kincaid about “The Radical Path of the Outrageous Lover.” Before the actual workshop, there was a beautiful evening dialogue between Stuart Black and Marc Gafni diving into the depths of “The Future of Love, Sex […]

Some time ago I was blessed to participate in a workshop in New York City with Marc Gafni and Kristina Kincaid about “The Radical Path of the Outrageous Lover.” Before the actual workshop, there was a beautiful evening dialogue between Stuart Black and Marc Gafni diving into the depths of “The Future of Love, Sex […]


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