The love revolution is a radical retaliation to the current unhappy state of affairs in the world: political, economic, social, environmental and spiritual. it is the sweet song of freedom sung in the face of bulldozers, oil rigs and landmines. it
is a reclamation of our birthright claim to love, happiness, deep
satisfaction and meaningful connections to ourselves, each other and
The love revolution is about getting real with ourselves about
our own baggage, our own responsibility and our own power to reclaim and
transform ourselves, each other and the world. its about breaking down
the barriers that capitalist consumerism feeds on; the barriers that
create a false sense of separation from ourselves, each other, the
it is re-connecting to our tribal roots: the self-sufficiency
afforded by small communities providing for themselves while remaining
connected to a web of similarly decentralized groups....it is
about nourishing ourselves deeply on the love that is abundant within
and between us, and using that power and energy to help liberate more
and more people and to create a thriving new society in time for the
fall of the current status quo.
Born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (that beautiful chunk of land bordering lake superior that's connected to the mitten via the Mackinaw Bridge), i escaped to the east coast as early as possible. After 6 years of uppity schooling, i spent a year in New York City and a year travelling the States before settling down at Twin Oaks Community, an intentional, income sharing community of 90 people on 450 acres in central virginia. at the same time i joined a nascent klezmer band, the vulgar bulgars and spent the next 3 living the bucolic life of a farming klezmorim.