Life Rules takes big, difficult ideas like what’s threatening human survival and what actions and behaviors could reduce the threat, frames them in simple terms and analogies, and offers a genuinely sustainable context for healing: mimicking the inarguably economical, ecological methods of complex living systems. The book is the distillation of thirty years of independent scholarship, correspondence with visionaries in diverse environmentally-related fields, extensive research in ecology, economics, evolution, complex systems and sustainability theory, democracy, history, consciousness evolution, organic gardening and farming—and life experience. Catton, Heinberg, Cobb, Seed & Macy are among Life Rules' endorsers.
I like the title of this group. Yes, Life does rule... not us. This does not, of course, imply that we should go in the direction that "life" appears to be shoving us if, by "life", we simply mean the status quo of society as it stands. We are a complex bunch and we are motivated by complex forces. On the one hand, is the default inclination to comply with authority and assume that "they" (ie; other people like ourselves upon whom we have bestowed a certain authority) know best. On the other…Continue