Tag Archives: cultural practices

Sunday 20 September 2015 – Technology & Morality

Our moral development must keep up with our technological advancements in order for us to succeed as a humanity… Continue reading

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Friday 12 June 2015 – State of Play

Inspired by the necessity to transform deeply… Below is a suggestive framework for moving forward as a humanity… We have choices. Our choices are present, they are here, they are now…

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Sunday 14 July 2013 – Are we evolving…?

The answer is to whether (as a collective consciousness) we are evolving or not is an unequivocal YES! Let us define some key terms and words for a moment. Context is not only relevant here, but it is important and … Continue reading

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Friday 28 December 2012 – Our beautiful planet

We have only one planet, we cannot all leave this planet if we destroy what little quality of planet we have left… We have not the capacity to move to another planet, populate that planet and move on. We have … Continue reading

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Friday 30 November 2012 – The power of transformation

This short clip is an example of the change we all have the potential to make. It is time to ‘think outside the box’ and begin our journey as a humanity towards an inclusive and more consciously expansive group of … Continue reading

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Tuesday 31 July 2012 – Our interconnected planet

It doesn’t surprise me that a business as usual approach is not only still considered by global leaders but it actually holds weight when deciding on which path to take regarding our cultural practices. These cultural practices include production and … Continue reading

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Saturday 03 September 2011 – Planned obsolescence

A very interesting short documentary on the history and continual perpetuation of what is known as planned obsolescence… This insightful documentary outlines the historical steps which were taken in prioritising an economic framework by which current cultural practices are driven … Continue reading

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