- 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.
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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
I have a love-hate relationship with Earth Day. On the one hand, I’m happy that there is at least some attention paid to environmental issues in the mainstream media, since eco-topics are usually ignored or downplayed, with the occasional exception … Continue reading
The pumpkin is still out there in the garden bed under the snow, perhaps a little further along in its process than it was last week, but still in the midst of transformation: not yet part of the soil, … Continue reading
“Sometimes it rains and still fails to moisten the desert- the falling water evaporates halfway down between cloud an earth. Then you see curtains of blue rain dangling out of reach in the sky while the living things wither below … Continue reading
For the past few posts, I’ve been pondering the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, trying to find some silver lining of wisdom to glean from the tragedy. As a metaphor, the spill is profoundly symbolic of techno-industrial … Continue reading
Walking together, waking up to our deep state of being, we are finding our way home. So far, we’ve considered three aspects of the human experience (health, connectedness, purpose) as lived for 99+% of our existence as a species. This fourth aspect, … Continue reading
Last Monday, Glenys Livingstone was my guest blogger. Glenys is from the ‘land down under’ and I was recently reading the introduction to her book Pagaian Cosmology where she reflected on her experience of feeling disconnected from the land where … Continue reading
When I say the word reptile to you, what pops into your head? Scenes from Jurassic Park? The boa at the zoo? High School biology? Your brain? No, that last one wasn’t a typo. I had a chance a little … Continue reading
Recently, I discovered a few dozen people from my high school graduating class on Facebook. Some were close friends; some were acquaintances. Suddenly, I found myself scanning the list of names and clicking on photos, completely engaged with my “blast … Continue reading