Solar Action Alliance are a group of environmentalists who want to spread the word about the most clean, reliable, and abundant source of renewable energy: the sun.
Their website, solaractionalliance.org, exists to educate visitors and provide them with opportunities to get involved with solar. This includes a petition, a blog full of informative articles, location-specific solar infographics, and much more!
The views of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have changed as our culture has evolved. Here she formally announces her support of same-sex marriage in a video released by the Human Rights Campaign last month.
Spring is upon us, and growth is in the air!
In addition to having an abundance of freshly-launched goodness we're blessed to share with the world, such as the Spring of Sustainability now underway to the Inspiring Women Summit starting Saturday, our team had the opportunity to come together, celebrate our first 3 years and plan for the next 37.
That's right, we did some visioning into what our company looks like in the year 2050, at the tail end of any of our active careers. Opening our minds to our potential legacy was illuminating and energizing. I found it liberating to dream into how much blessing, healing, awakening, and societal change work we could have helped catalyze by then . . . [read more]
Your Brain Is the Universe (Part 2) By Deepak Chopra
We all take the physical world for granted, with no doubt that it will still be here when we wake up tomorrow morning. But in fact the subatomic particles that construct the physical world aren't "here" when they assume the state of a wave, and it appears that 96% of the universe is "dark" matter and energy . . . [read more]
Spring of Sustainability By Vinit Allen
The next two decades will be a make or break window in terms of having a planet that's capable of supporting human civilization, let alone supporting other species . . . [read more]
Instead of Leaning In, Lean INWARD By Devaa Haley Mitchell
Did you happen to see the cover of Time magazine recently, with a picture of Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook? The quote written below her photo was "Don't hate her because she's successful."
But what exactly does it mean to be "successful?" . . . [read more]
Upgrade Your Human Operating System By Lion Goodman, creator of The BeliefCloset Process®
If you were offered a free 30-year-old computer, you wouldn't accept it, because its operating system wouldn't be able to run today's software. But this is the situation with your Human Operating System—the beliefs you were programmed with during your first five or six years of life . . . [read more]
Pride Over the Prospect of Full Gay Equality By Byron Belitsos, Managing Editor
I join Stephen in being thrilled to see American culture—and many other countries—so quickly move forward to full equality for gay people, including marriage rights. As a long-time resident of the San Francisco area, I've closely watched as this issue has evolved. I was around when Harvey Milk, one of the first "out" politicians, was still alive and serving. I mourned as the ordeal of AIDS sweep through the gay community here, but rejoiced much later as couples were able to marry on the steps of City Hall. Stevee Postman, TSN's graphics artist, captures the present moment: "I marched at my first gay pride parade over 30 years ago, and I can't even express the depth of feeling I have to see how far we've come. We are at a huge turning point. Hopefully my partner Ryan and I will have the same rights as non-gay Americans in the near future."
This last week I had the opportunity to see former Washington state congresswoman Linda Smith, speak at a community event. Linda is now an anti-sex trafficking advocate.
Her talk was gripping and grueling and I came home with a pit in my stomach.
Did you know that approximately 100,000 children (mostly girls) in the United States—with an average age of 13 years old—are exploited in prostitution every year? . . . [read more]
"Occupy Love" launches on May 3rd
A new groundbreaking film by Velcrow Ripper, award-winning filmmaker represents the best of the Occupy movement and features our peace faculty member James O'Dea, among others. The Occupy movement was incredibly diverse, but Velcrow's film particularly highlights activists who showed up with a unitive, evolutionary, and non-polarizing spirit. You can buy a DVD, launch a house party and join the movement.