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Alternatives T-shirts are now available through CafePress.com. At this time we are featuring our summer 2001 cover artist, Jonathan Weber with his latest work, Isis. Alternatives T-shirt with our logo on the breast pocket area and our very cool tag line on the back is now available!
"Alternatives...subverting the dominant paradigm one relationship at a time."
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Physicians' Perspective: Seeking Medical Information by Internet? Or Lost in Cyberspace?
by Dr. Rick Bayer
Follow the Money: Focus on America's Failed War on Drugs Prohibition Laws: Why They Must Go by Shannon Floyd
the Summer of the Victim Turns to Autumn of the Tyrant Choose Love
by Leslie Temple-Thurston
Refuge: Reflections on Service by SarahJoy Marsh
of Kindness, Love & Grace by Carolyn Berry
The "Sugar" of Life by Barbara Coombs Lee
The Path: Conscious Love 795 by Bob Czimbal
Home: Disaster on Earth-End the Denial by Ness Mountain
You Say Liberal Media, I Say Trivial Media, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off by Rick Marianetti
Alternatives Magazine is taking the American paradigm out to lunch. Alternatives works (and plays) with the ideals and activism of our emerging culture and provides a forum to express and/or locate the holistic ideas, goods and services that support a life well lived.
Alternatives for Cultural Creativity recognizes that our society is in transition and that an integral culture is emerging out of the context of dominant American society. We see this integral culture as concerned with values focused on spiritual transformation, ecological sustainability, holistic health, political and economic justice, self-actualization and expression, and enlightened parenting/family relationships.
Culturally Creative people are putting the pieces of the global puzzle together in a dynamic and entirely new way, and coming to a holistic understanding of personal and planetary relations. Alternative people are open to the ecstatic possibilities.
1999. Alternatives is published by Get Real Inc.