Why You Should Get Involved with Transition Towns
Sandy Turner joined us to talk about a community program where they work to build stronger communities and a better future for all.
Dear friends and neighbors,
Transition towns is the name of a program which brings people together to create community and establish resilience so that better connections are made amongst people, facilitating cooperation and collaboration- a mission near and dear to me.
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Dr. Richard Louis Miller
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Now, welcome to Mind Body Health & Politics. I'm your host, Dr. Richard Louis Miller. The mission of Mind Body Health & Politics is to enhance your physical and psychological wellbeing and encourage community. What I mean when I say “encourage community” is that I believe that human beings are friendly tribal animals, who like to hang out and associate together. When we know one another by face, or possibly by name, we are collaborative and cooperative.
However, we must also be mindful that a very small percentage of we humans are predatory, avaricious, greedy, and dangerous animals, and we must always be aware and on guard to protect our democracy and our republic from these dangerous predators. In the words of Thomas Jefferson, eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.
Today, we have Sandy Turner with us, who's going to be talking about a very important movement called transition towns. Welcome to Mind Body Health & Politics, Sandy.
Sandy Turner: Thank you, Richard.
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