Learn MOGO for a Better World and a Meaningful Life

Recovery Zone
program date: 
Wed, 11/25/2009


Learn how to live a MOGO life!  Humane educator Zoe Weil talks about her latest book Most Good, Least Harm, A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life.  Weil is cofounder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, and leads workshops that provide people with principles for living a proactive life, with meaning, joy and integrity. Hosted by Stephanie Potter, music by Kevin MacLeod.


Thank you for this inspiring interview!

I really enjoyed this interview and the concept of the MOGO principle. These are the sorts of inspiring, pro-active stories I like to hear!

from caterpillars to butterflies

Yes-- when I'm hopeful I like to consider that people like Zoe and others who are "change-makers" are akin to the imaginal buds of caterpillars. Apparently these buds start to link up while the caterpillar is in its cocoon stage. The caterpillar's immune system attacks them, but they get stronger and grow more and more connected.  Eventually the caterpillar's immune system and body break down and voila! You end up with a butterfly! (Elisabet Sahtouris is a biologist whose described humanity as going through a similar process of metamorphosis.)



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