Blogs

Coal Cars on the Tracks: Carbon in the Sky

Two arresting images from the screening of The Wisdom to Survive, our film on climate change, which screened in  downtown Reading, PA, October 13: As my host and old friend, Blair Seitz, and I passed under a trestle, on an outing that morning, we saw dozens of fully loaded coal cars standing above us on the railroad…

Continue Reading
Blogs

Interruptions & Meeting Points

Judy Lief on One Body One Heart What happens when your idea of your life is rudely interrupted by the reality of your life, your life as it is? This documentary from John Ankele explores this provocative question. It is about interruptions and about meeting points. So much can be learned at meeting points and intersections:…

Continue Reading
Blogs

Mother’s Day Screening Honoring Mother Earth

The Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square Park in New York City generously hosted the NYC premiere of The Wisdom to Survive, to an almost packed space, on a glorious Mother’s Day Sunday. The park across the street was in full bloom, the sun was shining in all its brilliance, children and husbands and partners walked down the…

Continue Reading
Blogs

What to do about Israel?

This may be one of the critical questions of the year. Another is: What to do about Palestine? What to do after 50 years of occupation? One answer is to be as fully informed as possible. Another is to inform oneself with an open mind and an open heart. Then, to share the awareness, have…

Continue Reading