David Crosby and the The Hopeful Mindset

David Crosby and the The Hopeful Mindset

David Crosby passed away just the other day. As a fan of Crosby, Stills, and Nash, I was moved to listen to the group’s first album. It brought back powerful memories of when I first heard that album. I felt at the time that this album represented a reflection by CSN...
The War in Ukraine: Conflicting Mindsets 

The War in Ukraine: Conflicting Mindsets 

The conflict in the Ukraine is a prime example of the independent mindset in conflict with the interdependent mindset. Consider the following descriptions of Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelenskyy from Wikipedia. Vladimir Putin New York City-based NGO Human Rights...
Carol Wayne White: Aspirational Living

Carol Wayne White: Aspirational Living

I recently watched a video of a thought provoking talk given by Carol Wayne White, Presidential Professor of Religious Studies, Interim Director of the Griot Institute, Affiliated Faculty in Critical Black Studies. She had much to say about the importance of...
Taking Hopeful and Effective Action

Taking Hopeful and Effective Action

I would like to begin with a shoutout to Jeremy Lent’s Deep Transformation Network website. Jeremy Lent, is the author of The Patterning Instinct and The Web of Meaning. I recommend that you take a look at this amazing resource. One of the features of this site...
Blind Faith: Seeking An Antidote

Blind Faith: Seeking An Antidote

Recently, esteemed author Salman Rushdie was brutally attacked by a religious zealot. “A preliminary law enforcement review of Matar’s social media accounts showed he was sympathetic to Shi’ite extremism and IRGC causes…” NBC New York This statement about...