Category: Excerpt

It’s Time for Earth Democracy

The 2016 presidential election is just about one year away and, depending on what you read or who you listen to, it’s hard to know what the year ahead might hold. Even if some would propose that our form of democracy is working the way it is intended to, the question remains whether it’s too narrow to be sustainable. Are …continue

Recipe Monday: Strawberry Apple Cobbler

As we head into November with Thanksgiving fast approaching, there’s no better time to feature a recipe from I am Grateful, co-published with Café Gratitude. Take a pause to remember and appreciate the wonderful things in your life, and celebrate being lovely with the delicious dessert below. I am Lovely: Strawberry Apple Cobbler Makes a …continue

“Poor Yorick” by Theodore Sturgeon

With Halloween just one day away, what better way to celebrate than to share a spooky story? We’ve picked a short story by Theodore Sturgeon from our collection Killdozer!.   Poor Yorick If you don’t want to read an unpleasant story, we are even. Because I didn’t want to write it either. It can be told because …continue

The Tyranny of the Past

Excerpt from Trauma and Memory  by Dr. Peter A. Levine   In his newest book Trauma and Memory, Dr. Peter Levine (creator of the Somatic Experiencing approach) tackles one of the most difficult and controversial questions of PTSD/trauma therapy: Can we trust our memories? Building on his 45 years of successful treatment of trauma, Dr. Levine acknowledges …continue

Developmental Movement in Your Baby’s First Six Months

Adapted from Your Self-Motivated Baby by Beverly Stokes   Every parent wants a healthy, happy, and motivated baby—a baby eager to move, interact, and explore her world. Your Self-Motivated Baby provides you with a fresh approach to parenting based on baby movement research and natural movement development. It’s a new way to parent your baby …continue