Issue 16 - January 2012
- Written by S. Anandalakshmy
I am going to begin with a simple grammar lesson in English, which is approximately at the level of class 2, although we might come upon it at earlier or later stages of our education.
- Written by Vasanti Padte
The purpose of writing this article is not to project any story of achievement.
- Written by Thejaswi Shivanand
In my childhood, nature had an amorphous, seraphic form.
- Written by Donald Creedon
From ancient times to the present, seekers of truth have felt the call to dwell in mountain silences, to live in the hush and shadows of the forests or even to go to the deserts where nature is shorn of all excess, to get away from the throng and maddening crowd, and discover an invincible peace.
- Written by Venkatesh Onkar
We are talking about ... schools cultivating in the young that most ‘subversive’ intellectual instrument—the anthropological perspective.
- Written by Suprabha Seshan
Behaviour exposes the content of your consciousness.- J KrishnamurtiAs a long time environmental educator I’ve been exploring imitation, song, touch and body-in-nature as channels of empathy between humans, and also between human and non-humans.
- Written by Suhel Quader
The natural world is changing so rapidly that entire landscapes are being unrecognizably altered within a few decades.