The Interconnectedness of Life: Science, Bugs and Nonduality

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90% of our body is made of bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi…. 100 trllions of them! And each of these “living entities” has a clear evolutionary agenda. New research prove that bacterias in our guts “can” control our thoughts…

“Your honor, it was not me… The bug made me do it!”…and we know that there is a parasite that can “convince” a rat to stop being afraid of cats so that he can reproduce itself…

We should start considering our body not as a separate, unified, entity but a living conglomerate of decision making creatures with, at times, contrasting evolutionary needs…

This video was inspired by an article written by Christopher Koch on the May 2011 issue of Scientific American.

From Palestine to the World (Excerpt)

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On the Global Struggle for Liberation We present the first 25 minutes of this important conversation from two living legends. This conversation is part of the release of the new documentary film Where Olive Trees Weep. The full version of the conversation

Buddhism & Social Action

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Buddhism has implications of some significance for Christians, humanists and other non-Buddhists

Jewish Identity After Oct 7

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Recorded live at a SAND Community Gathering on May 11, 2024

#85 In Our Bones

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Exploring the polycrises and her new book "The Story is in Our Bones"

Where Olive Trees Weep: Official Trailer

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No one is free until we are all free

Catching My Breath

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luminous work woven with yellow threads of sunshine and impermanence

On Palestinian Trauma & Resilience

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A response to the call of physicians Ghassan Abu Sitta and Rupa Marya to rehumanize Palestinians by reimagining healing, life, and liberation of both bodies and minds

Sermon for Gaza 

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This is a sermon Chris Hedges gave on Sunday April 28 read by Eunice Wong

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