Posts Tagged ‘awakening the dreamer’

May 25, 2010

The BIG delusion in Phoenix

by: Taz Loomans

Tweet Paul and I live in a 920sf unit with 3 cats.  Does this seem small to you?  No that’s not our place in the photo.  That’s a luxury home in Queen Creek. Here’s what’s making me think that size does matter.  Yesterday I wrote about the Awakening the Dreamer Symposium which highlighted the environmental, spiritual and social issues of our world today.  One of the exercises of this event was to question our assumptions. The assumption I want to challenge today is about size.  Here are some variations of the basic assumption that bigger is better: bigger = more…

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Tweet This weekend I attended 3 awesome events whose message is summarized in the video I’ll share with you at the end of this post. The first event is the Places, Spaces and Faces Community Dinner.  This event brings people together to share food, ideas and stories in historically or architecturally significant buildings in Phoenix.  This monthly event was founded by Kathleen Bartolomei, Yuri Artibise and me and now is organized by two new community members every month.  This month’s event was held at the Hotel San Carlos and featured a presentation by Robert Melikian, who’s family owns the hotel. …

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