I’ve been thinking about sharing this with my tribe, as defined by Junger. His book is something I appreciate and criticize. I welcome a feminist analysis of the same issues which is not too much about criticizing the maleness of his perspective; I acknowledge that. But, I would contemplate a less gender specific discussion of the world’s tribes. And the values described.
Let this be my summer note.
My friend Adrienne explains many aspects of being homeless and prompts me to write. I have met and spoken to our sisters and brothers of whom she writes.
I am making very strong recommendations that you read these books word for word; then act. However, I am also looking foe other current thinkers who can contribute to thought. I am especially looking for a good discussion of what happened at Standing Rock.
A third highly recommended book I haven’t read yet is Jane Mayer’s Deep State
What else would you recommend? (Remember – current writing.)
I’ll dig deeper on Klein and Warren at some time. So watch for it – and please comment.
A strange thing that happened is a phenomenon I have observed in this complex electronically connected world. I posted a detailed and comprehensive discussion of Santa Rosa’s homeless initiative to upgrade Quality of Life (QOL) infractions to misdemeanors.
I forwarded it to city leaders and staff and advocates.
Lo and behold, not one person commented.
Without any judgement or implication, I ask, – I wonder what that means?
My current thinking is – We are living in critical times for our planet. The solutions are in us together.
Peace be with you.
Gerry La Londe-Berg