Why I Joined Tsu And You Should Too
There is a new social network in town. This social network looks like almost like a carbon copy of Facebook. The only difference is this new platform shares 90% of its revenue with the people who make the platform a worthwhile place for businesses to advertise in the first place – that’s you, the content creator and social networker. This new social network is called Tsu.
How Much Of The Economy Do We Actually Need?
Most of the economy doesn't exist to fulfill our basic needs, yet so many people are unable to meet them. Do we still need everyone to earn a living?
Why The EPA’s New Coal Emission Regulations Are Counterproductive
At first glance, lower carbon emissions lessen the greenhouse effect that is responsible for the rapid shift in climate which is now causing the sixth mass extinction event in earth’s history. What could be bad about that?
The Vision For Sustainable Human
"We understand that there is a common cause to all of the crises afflicting modern civilization. Whether it is the crisis in health care, education, inequality, climate, war, race relations, human trafficking, animal cruelty, or any other, their root stems from the idea that human beings are separate from the world around us – that our fate could somehow be different than the world that we are collectively destroying. A sustainable world must be built from sustainable values. The vision for Sustainable Man aims to create multi-media (videos, articles, graphics) content that both counter the mainstream messages that reinforce separation and consumption and illustrate other ways of doing things aligned with the sustainable values from which we wish to form a more compassionate, empathetic civilization."
Our Leaders Are Not Going To Save Us
“Real leaders don’t create followers. They create more leaders.”
Why Many Of Us Aren’t Thinking About The Bigger Picture
Through a macrocosm lens, one begins to understand the power of their own self, as an individual. They understand the power of their conscious will. They see how each and every one of their actions affect this world, even if in the smallest way, and that they have control over that. They embark on a journey to understand aspects of the world, and of life, not mentioned in the mainstream media. With enough tenacity, they eventually start to question the path they're on in life, which starts revealing answers to questions they didn't realize they even had. It can reveal truths that are difficult to deal with, too. But this all ultimately leads to a better understanding of themselves and invariably results in a subsequent revaluation of their life.
Where Did The Name “Sustainable Man” Come From?
In the spirit of transparency, we wanted to offer an explanation as to the origin and evolution of the name "Sustainable Man."
A New Way Forward – Sustainable Human
I had a very interesting idea the other day – an idea for funding and participating in causes that has the potential to scale from the bottom up and revolutionize how the world works.
Why I Won’t Accept Paid Advertisements On Sustainable Man
This is how an honest and transparent economy built around the idea that “more for you is more for me too” can be formed. It will take courageous individuals to believe in trust when the whole business world seems to have forgotten the definition of the word
The True Source Of Greed
Here, the root source of greed reveals itself. Whenever we feel disconnected from the world, we have a hunger for a connection - to anything. If this hunger is not satiated, it creates an emotional wound that festers. To protect that wound, we develop walls to keep people out because we are so fragile from years of not being heard that we don’t think we can survive another disappointment. “At least the material good won’t betray us,” we think. We don’t realize that the material goods do betray us by failing to deliver the intimate connection to another being we all long for.
Is Population Growth Really The Problem?
There are a lot of people out there in the world. I mean, a lot.
Do you ever wonder about the purpose of life? Why are we all here and what are we doing with our lives? We live in an unprecedented time full of amazing opportunities on the one hand and terrible catastrophes on the other. But for the typical person working a 9-to-5 job (or more likely a 12 hour shift these days), it is likely that neither of these possibilities even registers on their mind.
The Story of Good Versus Evil
To this day, a philosophical debate rages on as to the true nature of humanity.
Let’s Just Give the Sun to the Oil Companies
Any way you slice it, the burning of fossil fuels is damaging to life on Earth – damaging to the planet by upsetting the delicate carbon balance in the atmosphere that has kept the Earth within a temperature range capable of supporting life, and damaging to ourselves not only because we, too, are intimately connected to the Earth but also because the toxins and byproducts released during the combustion process cause a rash of diseases and cancers now prevalent throughout society.
Hope, Change, and Reality
Hope and change. Yeah, I bought it. I'll admit it. After 8 years of George Bush, two major new wars, a financial meltdown, I sure was ready for change...
Healing the Interior Wound of Separation Is the Key to a Sustainable World
When I read James Baldwin's words, I intuitively sense a deep truth.
An Abundant World
Do you remember the movie Spaceballs? There is a scene in which President Skroob, played by Mel Brooks, reaches into his desk drawer to open a can of clean “Perri-air” after assuring a news agency that “there is absolutely no air shortage whatsoever.” While it may seem ludicrous that there would ever be a scarcity of clean air, living in polluted cities such as Beijing, Manila, or Los Angeles shows that clean air is not as abundant as it once was.
A New Economic System – Access Levels
As I begin to talk about a new potential economic system, I think it is important to start with a few disclaimers: 1) The fundamental assumption upon which this new economic system is predicated is that capitalism promotes resource inefficiency due to a faulty valuation practice.