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Join the Earth School Mud Challenge

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

“The greatest service you can do for this planet is take responsibility for your own thoughts.” Richard Moss How this works: Some days, even if its a beautiful sunny day, I can’t see clearly because my mud is unsettled. It’s hard to see that its my own thoughts that stir up the mud. But if […]

Are you the power behind someone else’s throne?

Sunday, March 6th, 2011

In Konstanz, on the lake bordering Germany and Switzerland, there’s a wonderful 10m high statue that towers over a tiny harbour. She puts the statue of liberty in the shade. Her name is Imperia, created by artistPeter Lenk. She’s only been on the end of the jetty since 1993 but she’s already captured the imagination […]

Are you a nun or a verb?

Monday, February 21st, 2011

I don’t know about you, but I’ve tried very hard to be me. Or just one thing instead of also the opposite at the same time. It feels like that game where you have to find the dice under a whole lot of little cups. But the hands of the magician you’re playing against move […]

Why the ear? (a brief rationale and model of Earth School)

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

As a kid I remember spending hours studying the work work of Hieronymus Bosch. Especially his Garden of Earthly delights. This piece is so poignant: The sharp knife of interpretation Why? Everything in this world hinges on interpretation and resulting energetic vibration. Or as Spike Milligan puts it: Bump Things that go ‘bump’ in the […]

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