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    « Episode 28 :: Simple Living — Practical Implications | Main | Episode 26 :: Doug Clegg, JEM, and Music's Prophetic Power »
    Sunday
    Jul012012

    Episode 27 :: Gerald Iversen, Simple Living, and The Common Good Podcast developments


    Change is in the wind at The Common Good Podcast. We have new studio environment, new software, a new opportunity to employ Skype to conduct conversations, and most of all, a new collaborator in Gerald Iversen.

    Gerald Iversen flashing a grin and the peace sign

    Gerald Iversen

    Gerald is a veteran in the voluntary simple living movement. For over a decade he was CEO of Alternatives for Simple Living. Since he left that organization, ASL has gone defunct, so Gerald has been preserving the spirit of ASL here within JEM’s context. You’ve seen his posts here in recent months, advocating for a life of voluntary simplicity. He also curates a new YouTube channel dedicated to his favorite topic. And now he’s joining in on The Common Good Podcast as a collaborator and contributor. This show makes an excellent introduction to voluntary simple living’s leading principles, what it is and what it is not.

    Resources

    Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (CASSE).

    JEM’s PDF booklet, Portfolio Prophets.

    Hindenburg Systems NGO page with their statement on radio and democracy.

    There’s No Place Like Dome!

    The Five Life Standards of Voluntary Simple Living

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    Gerald Iversen, Simple Living, & The Common Good Podcast developments

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