Left unattended, my mind gorges itself on neuroses, picking each one up and winding them like wooden tops. When the spinning becomes unbearable, the mind’s hand reaches for the tinny, metallic ephemera of the external world, hoping to manipulate a change. Of Read More
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Join Activist Tim DeChristopher and Sharon Salzberg for an evening of insight and reflection on the topic of Karma at the Rubin Museum in New York, NY. Tim and SHaron discuss how far we need to break the rules in order to reverse climate change and more.
Tim DeChristopher committed an act of nonviolent civil disobedience in 2008 when he disrupted a government oil and gas lease auction of 116 parcels of public land in Utah’s Red Rock country by successfully bidding on 14 parcels of land for $1.8 million with no intention to pay for them. DeChristopher was removed from the auction by federal agents and taken into custody. After being imprisoned for 21 months, he was released in April 2013 and co-founded the nonprofit Peaceful Uprising. He is currently on a three-year probation. The recently released documentary film, Bidder 70, tells DeChristopher’s courageous story. He began studying at Harvard Divinity School in 2013. For more information, visit his website.
We’ve all been there. Someone we don’t like gets dinged at work, splashed at the curb or dumped by their love interest and we look at one another and say knowingly – must be karma. But what is karma? And Read More