Episode 2: 5 Life Standards
Posted August 19, 2013on:
Here are condensed Show Notes for this episode of SLW! Podcast.
In this episode. . .
If you read my series of blogs on the 5 Life Standards awhile back, then you may especially enjoy them in the context of a podcast.
Five Life Standards from Living More with Less inform the mission of SLW!
1. Do Justice – using only our fair share of the Earth’s resources
2. Learn from the World Community – openness to other cultures; reverse missions and Fair Trade
3. Nurture People, Not Things – focus on relationships over stuff
4. Cherish the Nature Order – caring for Creation
5. Non-conform Freely – developing spiritual resistance to advertising that pressures us to buy things we don’t need
TheCommonGoodPodcast.com, episode #27 with co-host Lee Van Ham, briefly presents the 5 Life Standards. (The interview starts at minute 13. Only an excerpt was used in SLW! #2.) The conversation goes on to Practical Implications in episode 28. (Hint: We have really interesting folks lined up for this fall.)
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