It’s Time to End the False “Self-Help vs. Social Change” Debate

Yes, it is possible to fight injustice AND go to yoga.

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Let me say this louder for the folks in the back: self-help and personal wellness are not in conflict with making radical social change. I can understand where the belief in this false dichotomy between wellness and social justice came from, but it’s time to put it…




Essays on practical spiritual awakening, revolutionary social change, and why they’re the same thing.

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Into real democracy and being happy.

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