Posts Tagged ‘christmas’

Melting Permafrost, the Winter Solstice, Christmas, and a New Year

Posted December 21st, 2011 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Melting Permafrost, the Winter Solstice, Christmas, and a New Year

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Impermanence is written into creation, an ongoing process of unfolding since the igniting of the Big Bang. We are all in that process. It is dynamic, vibrant, fecund. We experience impermanence in a profound way here in the northern hemisphere at this time of year. Darkness fills more […]

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Deep winter

Posted December 21st, 2010 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Deep winter

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: [Reflecting the moment of mindful transition from darkness towards light, from one human-measured year to the next, I will post just once this week and once next week, taking some time in between for quiet and rest. As we honor these sacred days, may our hope be renewed, […]

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Light in the darkness

Posted December 22nd, 2008 in Blog, Featured 5 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: [This is my last post until after Christmas.] I find it odd how we have divided into good and bad this notion of ‘light in the darkness.’  It is a strange western construct.  Since without darkness there is no light, darkness must not be a bad thing, but […]

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