- 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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In the summer, I frequently walk for exercise in our local cemetery. It’s quiet, there’s not much traffic, and walking the paths among the stones tends to lead to contemplation. At the end of May here in the U.S. we … Continue reading
Yesterday, I turned 47. It wasn’t a particular milestone like 40 or 50 or 21. It just sort of happened. Which is fine. Being “of a certain age” has its advantages. I am far less obsessed with outward appearances than … 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
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
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
My husband likes to say, “In the short run, everything matters. In the long run, nothing matters.” I don’t know if the quote is original to him or not, but it’s true. It really is all a matter of scale. … Continue reading
I wish I could train my garden to weed itself, especially now. My recent knee surgery has made kneeling to work in the garden an impossible dream (at least for now). So, I call on the family to help, … Continue reading
This past Monday as I drove to my childhood home to check up on my elderly parents, I was entranced by the gradual change of seasons that was visible along the way. My route takes two hours by car, and is … Continue reading
Green shoots! I see fresh green shoots! They’re waking up! The amaryllis bulbs, that is. The pot came up from the basement at solstice, and has been sitting near a window ever since. Several years ago, I got this particular amaryllis as a holiday gift from … Continue reading