Thursday, August 14, 2008
Judy Wicks On Her Plan To Change The World, One Restaurant At A Time by David Kupfer ... Kupfer: What did you learn from living with Eskimo villagers as a vista volunteer back in 1969? Wicks: The most important lesson was the indigenous philosophy of interconnectedness: how the survival of the individual depends on the survival of the whole group. This promotes cooperation and sharing. I was also impressed with the natives’ resourcefulness and ingenuity, how every little scrap was saved and used in some way. ... Subscribe to The Sun - The BEST magazine and no advertisements since the 70's when they started..!
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