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Part of a Larger Picture

May 21, 2014 ethics
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A letter from one of our readers… “I had always felt like non-human rights were intrinsically tied up with the fight for human rights and everything else. As a feminist I am often appalled at how blatantly exploitative and degrading this world has become for anything feminine in nature. With your eye-opening look into the […]

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Gentle World Powers Up with Outback!

April 3, 2014 Gentle World
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Gentle World wishes to say a special thank you to OutBack Power, for their generous assistance toward  upgrades to the solar power system in our New Zealand educational center. “OutBack Power Technologies is a leading designer and manufacturer of reliable power electronics for renewable energy applications including solar, wind, micro-hydro, and battery based energy systems… OutBack’s customers […]

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An Afternoon with Will Tuttle

March 4, 2014 ethics
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“Our inherited meal traditions require a mentality of violence and denial that silently radiates into every aspect of our private and public lives, permeating our institutions and generating the crises, dilemmas, inequities, and suffering that we seek in vain to understand and effectively address.” ~ from The World Peace Diet Vegan is not a word […]

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An Afternoon with Will Tuttle

January 10, 2014 Gentle World
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We’re excited to announce that Gentle World will be hosting An Afternoon with Will Tuttle, on Sunday February 23rd at the Te Ahu Centre in Kaitaia, New Zealand. Reservations can be made right here on our website.

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A Vegan Afternoon…

November 17, 2013 Gentle World
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On November 9th, our Hawaii location was filled with excitement and enthusiastic attendees for “A Vegan Afternoon.” The event was chock-full of informative talks/videos, delicious food and resources to help people embrace the vegan way of life. Upon arriving, guests had the opportunity to sample a selection of hors d’oeuvres, as we showcased a number […]

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The Vegan Inside Us

November 1, 2013 ethics
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“We have a great deal more kindness than is ever spoken.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson   There is a part of human nature so tender, so vulnerable that we keep it closeted deep inside us, fearing it cannot survive so dangerous a world. Although it manages to peek out in those rare moments when we […]

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The Rabbit Story

October 31, 2013 ethics
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  Written and read by Light, Co-Founder of Gentle World.            

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Is It Possible to REALLY Be Vegan?

October 2, 2013 ethics
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Of course it’s true that there is no way to completely eliminate the harm that one does just by being alive on this planet. It is an unfortunate fact that our society operates in such a way as to make it impossible…

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Creative Ecology 102

September 25, 2013 Gentle World
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As promised, here is another example of what you can do using recycled materials. This is our bunny rabbit Poof who we rescued eight years ago. He is now a close part of the Gentle World family and lives on our large outdoor deck. He has the run of our large (30′ x 30′) deck […]

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Re-Purposing: Portable Shade Structures

August 26, 2013 Gentle World
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In Gentle World we believe in not only “Reducing, Reusing and Recycling” but also Re-purposing! (often called Up-Cycling) We practice and teach modern environmentalism, in part by reclaiming items that may have been headed to the dump or recycling center (remember: although recycling is very important, it still takes energy and other resources – keep […]

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