Posts Tagged ‘ecological despair’

Facing the despair fully so that the real healing can begin

Posted April 2nd, 2012 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning: Last week’s essay on the latest setback regarding mountaintop removal coal mining,  ‘Unbearable Grief’, haunted me for days. Still does now that I call it up again. I think I am horrified not just by the blowing up of entire mountains, laying waste to natural beauty, to […]

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Ecological grieving

Posted October 28th, 2010 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Ecological grieving

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: I was invited to lead a workshop on ecological grieving in Atlanta tomorrow.  It’s a pre-conference event at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion. The workshop is sponsored by the Religion and Ecology Group, the Forum on Religion and Ecology, and the Sustainability Task Force. […]

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How do we live now?

Posted June 1st, 2010 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on How do we live now?

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: “What is in store for our children’s children? What will be left for those who come after? Appalled by the questions themselves, we turn to immediate tasks and try to close our minds to nightmare scenarios of want and war in a wasted, contaminated world.” — Joanna Macy […]

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