- Rebecca on Life Beyond Hope (aka, What if the Worst Really Happens)
- Jan Galkowski on Life Beyond Hope (aka, What if the Worst Really Happens)
- Rebecca on Technology Bows to Wildness. Really.
- Sheila Smith on Technology Bows to Wildness. Really.
- ‘God was not in the wind,’ and other UU online conversation « uuworld.org : The Interdependent Web on Technology Bows to Wildness. Really.
Fluffy Tag Cloudactivism air autumn balance blogiversary consumer culture contemporary culture cosmos cultural holidays deep time Earth Earth Day equinox everyday grace EveryDay Sacred evolution fire food issues Gaia garden global issues guest bloggers identity imperfection late autumn/early winter late summer/early autumn late winter/early spring life cycle mindfulness Mystery natural spirituality paradigm shifts ritual Sacred Space Site Announcements solstice spring summer technology Time tough day water winter
Tag Archives: global issues
Is the snowflake responsible for the avalanche? Since my last entry (see it here, or scroll down: http://rebeccahecking.com/?p=627 ) I’ve been considering how we as individuals can cope with the possibility (inevitablity?) of ecological collapse. In the last post, I pondered … Continue reading
On November 10, I posted an entry here on the shiny, happy topic of the possibility of our worst climate nightmares coming true (if you’ve not yet read it, please go back and read it now. Just scroll down or … Continue reading
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
The key stumbling block to long term environmental and economic solutions is the fact that we (the people of the industrialized world) are entangled in incredibly complex systems that are mostly beyond our control. I’ve had some extra thinking time lately. Last Thursday, … Continue reading
Dear protesters, Sending love and light, kudos and applause, good energy and huzzahs! God bless! All the best! Don’t stop! As a humble admirer, I offer a few brief sound bite ideas for your consideration. I applaud your attempts to move … Continue reading
Today is September 11, the tenth anniversary of the attacks on the U.S. Like many others, I recall exactly where I was when I heard the news, and remembered thinking, “this changes everything.” A lot has changed in 10 years. … Continue reading
Here in the global north, we are slightly past summer solstice. Back and forth we go, between the extremes of light and dark, with moments of balance in between. We are literally in constant motion. We race around the sun at … Continue reading
I just got back from my weekly meditative nature walk. It’s cold here in the Northeast US, but the sun gains strength daily, and the crocuses are beginning to bloom. It’s also mud season. The snow has melted, leaving … Continue reading
It’s been two years now since Sustainable Soul first went online, and I want to pause for a moment today to thank all of you who take a moment out of your day to read it. I know from your … Continue reading