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Don’t Waste Your Waste!

Don’t Waste Your Waste!

by John Friedman—   If you’re not composting, you’re wasting your waste.   Oscar the Grouch may love it but most of us hate it. It’s trash. If there’s one thing that people have been able to create throughout history  in infinite quantities, from the earliest biologic waste to the 21st Century’s e-waste, it’s...

More Than Just Words

More Than Just Words

by John Friedman— We judge others by their actions, but ourselves by our intentions. That’s why making sure your actions match your values is the first step toward ‘sound living.’ But it can be hard to put into practice. Sometimes you have to ask yourself “Can I afford to do so?” even if that means sometimes doing without something, or...

2013: Wasting Too Many Chances to Be More Sustainable

2013: Wasting Too Many Chances to Be More Sustainable

by John Friedman—Each year as the calendar winds down and we prepare to “turn the page” to a fresh, clean new one, people reflect on the year just ended and make themselves — and others — promises to address their perceived weaknesses, lose weight, be more financially responsible, quit bad habits, etc.   One of the major strengths...

An Example for Us All

An Example for Us All

by John Friedman—The images on the desktop of your computer are not icons. The prophets were icons. The great moral leaders of the 20th century – people like Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King and like Mother Teresa – were icons. And in that vaunted stratosphere of people who elevate the human condition as well as spirit we must add the name Nelson...

Capitalism’s Gettysburg

Capitalism’s Gettysburg

The Gettysburg Address invoked a call to action and a re-commitment to founding principles in the revival of America. We could benefit from applying the same principles to rebuild our capitalist system after the fall of global financial markets. Standing on the battlefield of the definitive battle in the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln gave what...

Come Together…Right Now…

Come Together…Right Now…

—by John Friedman— The concept of being a good neighbor goes far back into antiquity and crosses cultural and geographic boundaries. In the 4th Century BCE, Chinese philosopher Laozi wrote “Regard your neighbor’s gain as your own gain, and your neighbor’s loss as your own loss.” In ancient Egypt a papyrus from 664 BCE – 323 BCE reads:...

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