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Just today, a new IEA (International Energy Agency) report issued a bleak warning about the climate future, stating that the window of staving off the worst consequences is extremely short: five years. Based on what I’ve read elsewhere, I have … Continue reading
For more than two years now, I’ve been writing The Sustainable Soul on an (almost) weekly basis. Before that, it was a weekly column on another website since 2007. Within these four years, I’ve also written a book on eco-spirituality … Continue reading
Greetings all. It’s good to be back. My month away from the blog proved to be restful in a spiritual sense, if not physically restful. Life is as busy as ever, as my first child prepares to graduate high school, and I … Continue reading
This week, guest blogger Dawn Kirk joins us. Thanks, Dawn! Visit her at her blog, Imagine the Shift, at http://dawnkirkimaginetheshift.blogspot.com/ “Holiness” This week I noticed the evergreen just outside the window shaking . This particular shrub hasn’t thrived like its … Continue reading
As I opened my eyes, I saw the delicate pink cherry blossoms in full bloom outlined against a clear blue sky. Green leaves accented the perfect flowers, and the whole scene was bright with springtime energy. A little too … Continue reading
Note to the reader: to celebrate the release of The Sustainable Soul: Eco-Spiritual Reflections and Practices, I’ve decided to pause and have a look back at this blog’s beginnings. The piece below is adapted from the very first Sustainable … Continue reading
Are you rich or poor? At first glance, you might answer that question based on your economic situation at the moment. With a little more thought, you might conclude that the best things in life aren’t things, and that you … Continue reading
Like much of the United States, my corner is covered by a blanket of snow at the moment. It’s a beautiful sight. On my walk yesterday, I saw clumps of snow stuck to the northwest side of the trees where the wind had … Continue reading
Last week, in a (perhaps a little overboard) personal moment here on the blog, I confessed that my “normal” state of existence is stressed and just a tad busy. After rambling on a bit, an idea occurred to me and I … Continue reading