In Doughnut Economics Kate Raworth urges us to “reimagine the shape of progress” to move from “economies that need to grow whether or not they make us thrive” to “economies that make us thrive whether or not they grow.”
Creativity and imagination generally occur in the right side of the brain, which controls the left side of the body. Artist, poets, dreamers and other right-brain-dominant people can easily feel stranded and unsupported in a left-brain-dominant culture.
This painting is dedicated to Mumia Abu Jamal, whose life was stolen, and whose family’s father, brother, son, and husband was stolen in the form of his wrongly incarcerated person. The painting appears in the film: Long Distance Revolutionary, by Street Legal Cinema
In this imbalanced world, accidents of birth, resources, geography, ability, governments, and other factors determine whether we flourish or wither, live or die.