Rethinking our Climate Situation with Bucky Fuller

Written by Tayria Ward on August 5, 2015

Let’s see, should we continue to destroy the planet so we can keep our jobs, or do we have some re-thinking to do? What good are jobs if we have no food, clean air or water? Really. Really?

Two days ago President Obama made an impassioned plea that we DO SOMETHING

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The Job Crisis: What if…?

Written by Tayria Ward on July 10, 2012

Listening to the news stories and learning about the very scary and sad situation so many Americans find themselves in, without work or ways to support the lives they have always known; and considering the solutions that are being sought, such as encouraging 6th graders to decide what they want

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Sense and Cents

Written by Tayria Ward on October 11, 2011

Many times I mention, and always will, the impact that the great heart thinker Buckminster Fuller has had upon my life. Somehow, as an impressionable pre-teen, I committed myself to the simple truths in what he articulated and understood about life. The complex truths I leave to others, with much

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Youth and Healing the Planet

Written by Tayria Ward on July 24, 2011

For the last several days thoughts keep occurring to me about Youth, youth itself, as a vital power. More and more the direction culture is heading is to bring children into the world and immediately start their training for adulthood, as if youth is worth little more than providing time for

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Parallel Universes

Written by Tayria Ward on January 1, 2011

I enjoyed immensely seeing Brian Greene, the string theory scientist guy, on Stephen Colbert’s show. He says that math now can prove the possibility of parallel universes occurring at the same time as this one. He also said that until we have evidence of those universes the theory remains only

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He Could Have Saved the World

Written by Tayria Ward on October 19, 2010

Last night was the last night of a very interesting and dynamic conference I attended and assisted with, Journey Conferences. Speakers Robert Moore, Muriel McMahon, John Martin and Benig Mauger among others thrilled and killed with their wisdom, experience, humanness and timely work; and the community was fascinating and rich.


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Buckminster Fuller and the Dymaxion Car

Written by Tayria Ward on October 8, 2010

Tonight I got a link from a friend telling me that a British man has just re-built Buckminster Fuller’s design for a Dymaxion Car. Bucky was a scientist, philospher and seer who died in the early 1980’s. He was a friend of my father’s and one of the most important

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Universe as a System

Written by Tayria Ward on September 18, 2010

I ran into these words by Buckminster Fuller a few days ago, and wish I could ask him to explicate them more on the subject of death.

“You cannot get out of Universe. Universe is a system… Universe is a a scenario. You are always in Universe. You can only get

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Pushing Thinking

Written by Tayria Ward on April 29, 2010

As the fates and muses work things out, after writing about thought and thinking for the last couple of days, my next movie in from Netflix was Little Ashes, which I saw yesterday. It was the filmmaker’s musings on the possibly erotic relationship between Salvador Dali and Federico Garcia Lorca.

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Written by Tayria Ward on April 9, 2010

I happened to catch a little bit of a Dateline show aired tonight about young teens who burglarized the homes of young Hollywood celebrities. The robbers wanted to wear their clothes, shoes, jewelry and carry their bags. I lived in Los Angeles for 30 years, so I know the aura of celebrity that

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