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Published on Feb 26, 2014
(audio corrects at 25 seconds) Joanna Macy explores her most recent work, how it arrived out of her activism in the past, and why it should be of concern to the future of humanity as a whole. With genetic modification, hydraulic fracking, and nuclear technologies, our karma--that is, the consequences of our actions--lasts forever. This realization can transform our relationship to time. Instead of the suicidally short-term thinking our industrial growth economy requires for maximizing quarterly profits, we can recover a deeper experience of time, and retrieve our connection with past and future generations.