GLOBAL: a way of thinking that goes beyond one’s local issues


There was a time when it seemed as if one’s thinking about such issues as conservation, farming, industrial development, and similar statistics could be restricted to what happened within the region in which one lived or worked.   After all, how I plowed my fields, planted my products, or fertilized the earth  was something that went […]

ORGANIZED CHAOS: some semblance of a system when it seems otherwise

Organized Chaos isn’t a new term, per se. But I have a new appreciation of the meaning of the term, having survived three trips to the Emergency Rooms of hospitals over the last month. One might look at the horde of patients on stretchers, in wheelchairs, crutches, or being carried on someone’s shoulder and relate […]