“If you rely on the corporate media for your news, you may not be aware that this is the most significant revolutionary period in human history. Previous revolutions were national in scope: the revolutionaries sought control of a capital city in order to change the politics and economics of that nation. Now we are in the early stages of the first-ever global revolution. It is not about seizing power in capital cities; it is a values revolution that is demanding a transition from the current system where money values rule over the life cycle, to a new system where life values will rule over the money cycle.”
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“Yoga isn’t limited to just a practice or exercise, to many of us it is way of life—a culture, even. Yoga is non-harming: this means we do no harm to ourselves, to others, and we can even go as far as to extend that belief to the environment. We cherish the air we breathe and the earth under our feet, so why not do our best to take care of it?
Going green means something different to everybody—whether it’s recycling your newspapers, using cloth bags at the grocery store or investing in a hybrid car, every little bit helps. If you’re looking for more ideas on how to live a more sustainable lifestyle, head down to McCormick Place next weekend for the Chicago Green Festival.”