Capacity to Care

Luiz Antonio Discovering The Sanctity Of Life

By Luiz Antonio Luiz Antonio - A argumentação para não comer polvo (the argument not to eat Octopus) Cognitive Liberty Through positive parenting this young child is given room to think, feel, decide, and act. An exercise in consciousness raising, for himself and his mother. Yes, Luiz, you have done something beautiful. You have exercised … Continue reading Luiz Antonio Discovering The Sanctity Of Life

Complicit In Attempted Sociocide In Palestine

Written by Carol Murry Al Ain Under Curfew The book, Tale from Under Curfew, was written during a writing workshop for the children of Al Ain refugee camp in the city of Nablus in occupied Palestine. They were born in Al Ain after their families were thrown off their ancestral lands that the children have … Continue reading Complicit In Attempted Sociocide In Palestine

Where The Aftermath Never Comes

Yesterday in Rockaway I was reminded of the aftermath of Katrina, the Rodney King riots and Iraq, Afghanistan, and particularly I was reminded of Gaza and the West Bank, where the 'aftermath' never comes, where just a continuous, unending calamity unfolds at the hands of America's 'democracy'. Yesterday we drove past lines of hundreds of … Continue reading Where The Aftermath Never Comes

Tomorrow And The Next Day Are Election Day

US Presidential Elections There were difficult decisions to make at the polls if you are still participating in this venue for change. It is hard to vote yes on measures that raise taxes when you see blatant abuse, even crimes against humanity, being committed with existing taxes. Both the Republican and Democratic candidates failed to … Continue reading Tomorrow And The Next Day Are Election Day