Transcending Divisions
March 18, 2014 Kosmos Community News

An excerpt from a featured story in the next edition of Kosmos Journal

The Deeper News: Patterns, Dynamics and Mindsets Shaping the Longer View by Richard Hames. Claims there can be no enduring solution to the problem of poverty, however much we might lament that fact, rest on the premise that affluence is a “relative” condition and will remain so. There will always be people who are worse off than others, we reason, but we can reduce absolute penury by distributing welfare and aid to the underprivileged. This also allows us to feel good about ourselves.

His Holiness, the Dalai Lama Honors 51 Heroes of Compassion

“They exemplify a humanism and heroism to which we must each aspire.”

A shift from oppositional to transformative activism is crucial in transition times

By Kenneth McLeod
“Our social change strategies must create opportunities for inclusive dialogue, open inquiry, and collaborative stakeholder alliances.”