Italian Translation of “No Demand Is Big Enough”

Andrea Giglioni has given Charles a lovely gift that he’d like to share with all of his Italian speaking friends out there: a translation of the article he wrote for Occupy Wall Street, “No Demand Is Big Enough.” 

Of course, you can still find the English version at http://www.realitysandwich.com, but I bet it doesn’t go as well with chianti.

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About Stella Osorojos Eisenstein, L.Ac.

Stella Osorojos Eisenstein, L.Ac., has a private healing practice in Asheville, NC, with an emphasis on women and children. She is also collecting stories about mind-body-spirit healing and, if you have one to share, she would love to hear about it. Stella earned her masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperor’s College, Santa Monica, from which she graduated summa cum laude. She holds accreditations with the North Carolina Board of Acupuncture, the California Acupuncture Board, the Pennsylvania Board of Medical Examiners, and the National Certifying Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Additionally, she has been trained in Esoteric Acupuncture, Ortho-Bionomy, Shamanism, Integrative Manual Therapy and Depth Hypnosis. While in California, Stella changed her named from Laura Chamorro in an experiment that unexpectedly led to a spiritual awakening. She documented the experience for Spirituality & Health and Reality Sandwich. Her memoir about that time, Star Sister, was published in March 2012 by North Atlantic Books/Evolver Editions. Previously, Stella worked in magazine publishing in New York City. She was an editor at both Bride’s and Condé Nast Traveler. Her freelance stories have appeared in Spirituality & Health, Reality Sandwich, Condé Nast Traveler, InStyle, Budget Living, Lucky, Travel & Leisure, Sacred Hoop and more. She also taught creative writing to teens for over fifteen years, with Connecticut’s Young People’s Institute, as well as with Writing and Reading in Santa Fe. At the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts (NMAHA), she served as a Physiology/Pathophysiology instructor. In her spare time, she co-founded the Santa Fe Time Bank. Stella is married to the writer, Charles Eisenstein, with whom she has one son. She is also stepmom to Charles's three other sons.
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