Struggling to change actual conditions, many have settled for changing the perceptions of the world around us. Tyson Yunkaporta begins by sharing the connections between perception, the branding of our identities, and the many forms of capital that become available and valuable in a perception-obsessed society. As we welcome the call to change our conditions and participate in the great “thousand-year clean-up”, we explore hybridized insight, the ramifications of clinging to dichotomous identities, and how genuine diversity is tangible preparedness and emotional resilience in motion.
To cultivate a faith community that nourishes sacred relationships between the Creator and all of Creation.
To draw people together from all walks of life to cultivate spiritual community through faith, farming, and food.
840 S Powhaton Rd, Aurora, CO 80018
The Land UMC. P.O. Box 3672
Littleton, CO 80161-3672