Posts Tagged ‘ limits ’

For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

‘Superyachts, built and furnished with rare materials, can burn 500 litres of diesel per hour just ticking over.’ The superyacht Aviva off the Cornish coast. Photograph: Simon Maycock/Alamy Stock Photo

Increased spending power leads to environmental damage. It’s time for a radical plan, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot

Source: For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part I | FOP

from the Rubin Museum  (otafuku “beauty and good fortune,” horned mask for village ceremonies, ko-omote (young woman) Usofuki, “whistler” from Kyogen, and the “trickster” fox/kitsune).

Donald Keene has written that looking at Nō masks is like “seeing a voice.”

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part I | FOP.

Maisonneuve | On Kate Zambreno’s Heroines, Being Too Much and Taking Up Space

 

Maisonneuve | On Kate Zambrenos Heroines, Being Too Much and Taking Up Space.

Turning at the Limits of the World | FOP

 

Turning at the Limits of the World | FOP.

The Archdruid Report: The Quest for a Common Language

Top_view_of_a_dandelionThe Archdruid Report: The Quest for a Common Language.

“Do you recognize that the living Earth has its own order, that this order imposes certain hard constraints on what human beings can or should try to do, and do you embrace that order and accept those constraints in your own life for the greater good of the living Earth and all that lives upon her? Or do you shrug it off, or go through the motions of fashionable eco-piety, and hop into your SUV lifestyle and slam the pedal to the metal?”

Lady GaGa talks about artist Marina Abramovic