One of the characteristics of our strange new post-US election world is that things are in such flux that it is difficult to orient ourselves to the new environment and know what actions to take. It is as though many of the established pathways of thought have been blown open, leaving us scrambling to make […]
I once was a frontline activist dedicated to protecting ancient rainforests and the indigenous people who inhabited them from destruction. I unfurled banners from gigantic construction cranes, rappelled off monumental bridges, blockaded giant ocean-going cargo ships, and scaled international financial institution headquarters to remind my fellow humans that the growth of ancient forests was more […]
If the dynamics of the universe from the beginning shaped the course of the heavens, lighted the sun, and formed the earth, if this same dynamism brought forth the continents and seas and atmosphere, if it awakened life in the primordial cell and then brought into being the unnumbered variety of living beings, and finally […]
The first time I wept for the Earth I was alone in the woods in late summer after a long run. It was, I believe, the combination of runner’s high, a sense of connection to the beautiful natural setting, and the culmination of several months’ personal awakening to the gravity of our ecological crises. I […]
On foot among the great elephant herds and lion prides of the Okavango Delta wilderness, I was given a profound awakening to the flowing wholeness of the living Earth. In the rainless October days, the sage bushes dry to crisp stalks of yellow light and their scents grow denser in the heat. By mid-afternoon, the […]
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