This morning in Palestine--the tail-end of September, the Eid al Adha approaching this coming Saturday--it began to rain. Six months ago this happened, and then came the sometimes oppressively hot, always dry, forever beautiful summer, which shone sun on all of Juthour's plants and animals. It limited the shade but brightened the life blood of our community activities we pulled off with great success. One of these was Discovery Days, where we introduced a full immersion of green…Continue
Posted by Mashjar Juthour on September 28, 2014 at 6:16am
In these overwhelming yet promising times we live in and, especially, for the future we want, our children need to be taught more about ecology and the environment and how these relate to their own inner self and identity as human beings.
It is my vision that Deep Ecology notions as they were once defined by Norwegian activist and philosopher Arne Naess since the 70s, added to further exciting developments such as those disclosed in Secrets of the Soil, The Reflexive Universe and…
Posted by Robert Rajabally on September 19, 2014 at 8:00am
As new generation digital trends continuously dominate your children’s daily activities, the extinction of outdoor play becomes increasingly prominent.
There are several reasons why kids should go outside. If you’ll read the article in the Business Insider, you’ll find that kids who habitually walk outdoors will likely have sharper memories than those who don’t. As reported in this study,…Continue
Posted by Jonathan James More on September 17, 2014 at 7:38am
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