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We are very pleased to present our new teaser for The Fifth Sacred Thing film project.  We have been working very hard behind the scenes to develop the project, and realized we needed a quick and effective way to present the story ideas and themes of the film to those who have not yet […]

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(Here’s the third installment in our ongoing city tours of the reimagined San Francisco of the future.)

Alright, let’s stroll along here to the Central Plaza.   Up this broad avenue, you’ll note the Library here at center.  The Library is the heart of our city, in many ways.  Here we preserve old books as well […]

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Here’s the second in our ongoing city tours of the reimagined San Francisco of the future!  Thanks to all our Permaculture Visionaries for inspiring these posts.

Hello again, everyone.  Maya Greenwood, still here as your tour guide!  I hope you’ve all had a chance to get a plate full of something delicious.  Take a seat, […]

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Hello and welcome everybody!  My name is Maya Greenwood, and I’ve been cajoled into being your tour guide for this special visit to Yerba Buena/San Francisco 2047.  Why me, you might ask?  Well, for one thing I’ve adored this city since my first glimpse of it in the Summer of Love, eighty years ago.  I […]

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“Who is the Goddess, Who is the Goddess?  We are!”

We sing these words each year at the big Spiral Dance ritual put on by Reclaiming, the spiritual network of teachers and ritual-makers I work with.

 

In The Fifth Sacred Thing, the Goddess is a character, much as Aywah is in Avatar.  Although the […]

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“All war is first waged in the imagination, first conducted to limit our dreams and visions, to make us accept within ourselves its terms, to believe that our only choices are those that lay before us.  If we let the terms of force describe the terrain of our battle, we will lose.  But if we […]

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The Only War That Counts

On 11 June 2011 By

“The only War that counts is the war against the imagination.”
– Diane Di Prima, Quoted by Maya in The Fifth Sacred Thing

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