Monthly Archives: November 2013

Garbage: Use is abuse in a different registry.

  Garbage Text   Transforming waste elements from everyday life is a process that distills both the specificity of the past, and the authority of the present. Issuing from matter, a treatise emerges redeeming life/lives discarded. An afterlife is realized; … Continue reading

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Denial

What is the proper redress for willful ignorance, for defiant gluttony and abject disregard for massacre, genocide and extinction? It seems to me that there is not only the narcissism of self, but that there is a socio-cultural bravura that … Continue reading

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Shame

Without shame, there can be no trust. Shame is the thing that keeps us from neglecting our conscience — like a kind of gravity for a moral compass. It urges us to make coherent the elemental structures of living, being, … Continue reading

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Trust: a working capital.

The working capital of the NGO is trust. It is the foundation of partnering in the work-scape and scope of the NGO/CSO. Organizers, clients, partners, funders, providers… All stakeholders rely on trust as the operating liquidity of relations, programming and … Continue reading

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