Below are recommended web links and notes that Rabbi Michael Lerner has bookmarked on Delicious.
Borderline views: Crimea, the West Bank and the rule of international law | JPost | Israel News
David Newman's insights offer wisdom and some discouraging news.
How to discredit your democratic opponents in Egypt | openDemocracy
Stephen Zunes helps us understand the mess that has happened in Egypt
America's 'We' Problem | NationofChange
Reich is beginning to see the spiritual/ethical issue underneath the economic issue!
Ron Purser: Beyond McMindfulness
Important challenge to the secularization of mindfulness.
Hashemi & Postel's Op/Ed on How to End Syria's Starvation Sieges
When we fail to take the long-term actions like the Global Marshall Plan advocated by the Network of Spiritual Progressives, creating a climate of international caring and trust, we end up in situations like this in which it seems plausible to take military action. This is the tragedy of listening to the "realists."
Totalitarian Paranoia in the Post-Orwellian Surveillance State
Henry Giroux does it again with a brilliant analysis of the Surveillance State and why we should fear it.
6 Crimes Against Nature Perpetrated By the Food Industry | Alternet
So many battles to be fought, all of which would be won if we could pass the ESRA www.tikkkun.org/ESRA
A Petrodollar and a Dream | Jacobin
If there's no way back from the settlements, then Zionism's days are numbered - Opinion Israel News | Haaretz
Are Shavit names what many American Jews suspect--that the best way to be pro-Israel is to be struggling to end the Occupation!
"Our Food Is Dishonestly Priced": Michael Pollan on the Food Movement's Next Goal of Justice for Food Workers
Those of us who are careful about getting healthy food should also be concerned about the health of those who grow, pick, transport, sell and (in some instances) cook the food.
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