If you are in search of a thought-provoking chuckle, check out Geez magazine.
“Geez has set up camp in the outback of the spiritual commons,” it’s Web site says. “A bustling spot for the over-churched, out-churched, un-churched and maybe even the un-churchable. For wannabe contemplatives, front-line world-changers and restless cranks. A place where the moon shines quiet, instinct runs mythic and belief rides a bike (or at least sits on the couch entertaining the possibility).”
They won me over with their Make Affluence History campaign, which urges low-income families to sponsor privileged children in the hopes of showing them a less-cluttered more grounded way of life.