CHOICE AND THE MIRROR OF CONSEQUENCE
September – November 2004
Articles in this Magazine
CHOICE AND CONSEQUENCE
by James O’Dea
Besides relaxing into the flow of being, we are also called to act. IONS President O’Dea invites us to consider the consequences of our choices.
THE FREEDOM OF “YES”
by Rob Lehman
Choice is not only an individual option – institutions, too, make choices. Fetzer Institute executive Lehman describes what happened when an institute chose to say “yes.”
CAN WE TALK?
by Anne Adams
Open dialogue is the foundation of effective democracy. At this crucial time in history, organizational consultant Adams encourages us to participate in communal conversations.
LOCAL CHOICE, GLOBAL CONSEQUENCE
by Helena Norberg-Hodge
Norberg-Hodge shows how local food can have global impact.
CHOOSING TO GIVE — A New Wave of Conscious Philanthropy
by Stephen Dinan & Devaa Haley Mitchell
Dinan and Mitchell demonstrate that sharing wealth and talents can be a compassionate act.
MOLECULES AND CHOICE
by Candace Pert
Researcher Pert explores how our biochemistry guides, but can also be guided.
by Judith Orloff
Faced with a dilemma early in her medical career, physician and author Orloff made a decision that changed the course of her life.
by Barbara Marx Hubbard
Marx Hubbard explores what it means to be conscious agents in evolution.
THE DANCE OF CHOICE AND CHOICELESSNESS
by Satish Kumar
Kumar offers a personal perspective on the paradox of choice.