RE: [hreg] Weekend training for our converging crises
- Howdy, howdy. Long tie no talk to you.
At 04:17 PM 11/16/2009, you wrote:
>Nan Hildreth 713-842-6643
>On Saturday I will be at the Green Party of
>Texas' 10th Anniversary/annual convention. Maybe I can make it Sunday.
>Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 16:02:26 -0600
>Subject: [hreg] Weekend training for our converging crises
>Training for Transition in Houston this weekend
>The multiple crises we face: economic, environmental, peak oil, peak
>everything, climate, and spiritual are also
>opportunities. Opportunities for change. Opportunities to
>redesign and remake our institutions and thus our world. The
>Transition movement is doing just that around the world. Its only
>four years old, but has spread to 660 "sprouting" communities and 245
>"official" initiatives in 27 countries (so far). Transition Houston
>is the 40th official initiative in the US and the 208th worldwide.
>Join us this weekend, November 21 & 22, to envision how we can begin
>our personal transition and become a catalyst for change in our
>neighborhoods and in our city. We will be led by Zaida Amaral
>(Albuquerque) and Bill Aal (Seattle), both official Transition
>Trainers with Transition US. They have a wealth of knowledge and
>experience in the Transition process and will assi st us in learning
>how we can plan and work together for a happier, healthier, more
>secure low-carbon future. Together we can make lemonade out of all
>these lemons of converging crises, or, better yet, discover that they
>may not be lemons after all!
>What: Training for Transition in Houston
>Where: Sheldon Lakes State Park and Environmental Learning Center
>When: Saturday and Sunday, November 21-22, 2009 (with optional
>activities and potluck on Friday, November 20)
>Cost: $200 (reduced from $250 and includes breakfast and lunch each
>day), partial scholarships may also be available
>To Register: Email
>your name and contact information, or call Mark Juedeman at 832-655-5104
>Nan Hildreth <mailto:NanHildreth@...>NanHildreth@...
>"An authentic movement is not a play for power - it is teaching and
>learning writ large." "Now the world becomes our classroom, and the
>potential to teach and learn is found everywhere. We need only be in
>the world as our true selves, with open hearts and minds."
>"the simple choice to live with integrity can have far-reaching effects."
>Palker Palmer in Yes! Magazine
>Windows 7: It works the way you want.
Action is the antidote to despair....