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Sustainability Through Ritual

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Sustainability Through Ritual

Rituals have been around in human culture for thousands of years. In an article by Frazer Consulting1 the number is set at 70,000 years and that is a long time. I’m not an anthropologist (If I had chosen a science other than computer science to pursue it may have been anthropology) but it seems clear that ritual means something to us. From my observations of other people I have established my opinion about ritual. We have them and participate in them because we are human. We create them. We need them. Some people will say they don’t need ritual, and...

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Sabbath for Sustainability

Posted by Anthony Basham on

Sabbath literally means rest. Following the etymology of the word back to its origins that is what it means. If we look at the most common applications of the term, sabbatical, it also means rest. So, when I say Sabbath for Sustainability that is what I mean.

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