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Awesome Stories 324

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In this week’s Awesome Stories from Brad, I’m intrigued by the potential for safer? safe-ish? nuclear power, something I would not have thought likely and that makes me wary. But I have to admit that anything is possible, and we need clean energy.

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This week Awesome Stories brings you healthy community, clean energy, feeding the hungry, and passion.

Healthy Community Margaret Wheatly, Awesome Stories

Margaret Wheatley explores some interesting perspectives on the paradox of community. She believes a healthy community must embrace our opposing needs for both individual freedom and connection to others. Both needs seem hardwired into our genetics and require a gentle embrace to create communities with enough freedom to allow individual expression. Margaret believes we need to focus on the shared purpose that brings us together rather than the structure in order to keep both needs vibrantly alive. Most communities and organizations create an excess of structure that stifles creativity and discourages diversity. Whereas, a healthy community has only enough structure to create a shared purpose while embracing a broad diversity of people, ideas, and processes.

Clean Energy

China seems to be on a course to become the leader in clean energy generation. Due to China’s…

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again, available at amazon.com.

6 thoughts on “Awesome Stories 324

  1. Thanks for the share and keeping an open mind about nuclear. blessings to you and yours….

  2. It is an interesting thought, isn’t it JoAnna? I’ve not really been a proponent of nuclear because of the weapons possibilities and the waste products, but it appears a thorium-based system may be safer and somewhat cleaner. Still… the storage of the waste products needs to be built into the cost of any nuclear program I think… I hate the idea of having dangerous waste around for 10,000 years so we can run appliances and televisions… 🙂

    Michael

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