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Photos above by Michael Mendizza Being patient implies waiting for something. Though passive, there still seems to be an effort, and deeper still perhaps even subtle conflicts. Because of this, I don’t like being patient with Carly. Being patient isn’t good enough. It rained today. Carly stomped out in her…
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In this interview with Darcia Narvaez, PhD, a firebrand for the conscious parenting movement and neuroscience researcher at the University of Notre Dame, listeners discover the connections between the infant neurobiology, the lack of cultural "morality" and the current ecological crises "created by disconnected, brain-damaged adults, a product of modern…
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There’s a certain comfort in believing that all there is to life is shelter, food, sex, sleep, babies, and avoiding intra-species predation and conflict. Existence on those terms is very simple. You can swallow the pill that all there is to being a successful example of the species is to do well…
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