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FHL Foundation Makes Fall 2019 Grants

At its Fall 2019 board meeting, the board of the FHL Foundation voted to make the following grant awards: gallupARTS (Art Collaborative)—$12,000 Vero Beach Art Museum (International Lecture Series) — $10,000 NM Kids Matter (CASA Program) — $20,000 Cochiti Elementary School (RunFit Program) — $4,000 Breath of My Heart Birthplace (General Operations)—$10,000 NM Natural History […]

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REPRINT: “Separation Is Never Ending: Attachment Is a Human Right” by Jessica Borelli

I was recently contacted by Kazuko Behrens by email. Kazuko is an attachment researcher. Our Foundation funded Kazuko’s research in the past. Kazuko informed me that a number of attachment researchers (a few of which have also received funding from our Foundation) have released a statement concerning the parent-child separations taking place along the US-Mexico […]

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Rifkin’s Economic Fight of the Century—Capitalism vs “Commons”-ism—Called Because of Extreme Weather and No Electricity (part II)

Welcome to part II. In this final post of this series, I’d like to add a couple of additional important footnotes to the “annual report” for the Collaborative Commons that economist and educator Jeremy Rifkin presents in his 2014 book entitled The Zero Marginal Cost Society—The Internet of Things, The Collaborative Commons, and The Eclipse […]

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Disgust: How Social Emotions Become Social (If They Actually Do)

In my last post I talked about the political, sociological, and economic implications that I recognized as I read neuroscientist Louis Cozolino’s book entitled The Neuroscience of Human Relationships: Attachment and the Developing Social Brain (Second Edition) (2006, 2014). In this post I’d like to focus in on some technical information from Cozolino’s book that, […]

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