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Is “White Man’s” Pride and Prejudices Keeping Us from Seeing Our Real Solutions, Our Primal Return? Matriarchy Is Not an Answer to Patriarchy

The First Retreat from the Natural Self  Was Matriarchal Consciousness; It Should Hardly Be Our Goal: You Cannot “Balance” a Duality … You Can Only Transcend One. A Golden Age The question that naturally arises from the preceding chapter’s conclusions … Continue reading

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people attending to political action but ignoring the environmental catastrophes rising up around us

“When morality reaches the public realm, it is called politics.” I don’t know where other people think the sphere of politics is! I was reading two quotes relative to this today. One was Marilyn French in “Beyond Power: Of Women, … Continue reading

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