Fiddle

This is a picture of an old old fiddle that hasn't been opened in 21 years, since the elder died. They decided to open it the night we were there.
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Reflections from Ireland

This is how you get emails automatically into your inbox whenever I post a new blog post from Ireland. The trip has been amazing already and its only been a few days. My intention is to reconnect my family lineage, both upstream and downstream…
teens and screens
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Connecting Teens for a Thriving Future

This talk I give is addressing the use of technology and correlating isolation and addiction rising both in teens and adults. Connecting Teens for a Thriving Future Excessive use of technology by teens–as much as 8 hours per day–is…
Boys Crisis
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Boys and the Crisis of Connection

Recently I led a call about teens and screens called: Connecting teens for a Thriving Future, Addressing technology, isolation, and addiction.  (Listen in here) Connection or lack of connection continues to be a systemic issue that is arising…
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Expanding our Worldview of Nature Education: An Imperative for Our Times

Keynote Speaker, 2017 NYSOEA Annual Conference This year’s conference theme was “Watershed Moments: Connecting to Our Natural World”. What is a watershed moment? After a bit of research, I determined that it is the moment where the…
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Podcast! Part Two Mark Interviewed by Chris Martenson

"...There’s a lot of work to do, so I created this project called “We are Nature Rising,” where we connect and bond with nature as a part of who we are. This is what Joanna Macy says, that it’s not more information that we need. It’s…
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Podcast! Mark Interviewed by Chris Martenson Part One

"Mark Morey returns to the podcast this week, for a deep dive into Cultural Capital, one of the more intangible and less understood (though no less important!) of the 8 Forms Of Capital. PeakProsperity.com readers may remember Mark from his…
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Maise's Rite of Competence

The morning was rainy, but as the guests began to arrive, the sun came out. Maise was very excited. She was donning a skirt she had made for the occasion, along with a headdress her auntie had made. We had set up a fire circle with a threshold…