That’s how “creation” does it. That’s how life unfolds – in community. The evolution of life on this planet, unique as far as we know in all the universe, happens only in the places of dynamic connection. Over hundreds of millions of years, living forms have come and gone as the process continued. And no […]
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Climate change is not the problem, but a symptom of the problem. The essence of the ecological crisis is the way in which we are in relationship with Nature, and that is what we need to change fundamentally. Evolution occurs from within and that is now being manifested in local communities working to defend their places, creating new ecological cultures in the process. This is what can carry us into a new era of life within the planet. More on how this project is responding to burgeoning new creation.
Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning by Margaret Swedish This morning I stood for a precious few moments on the beach at Robert Moses State Park on Long Island. It was a homecoming of sorts to the Atlantic Ocean, the one I grew to love along the shores of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia […]
If our human stories of god and the sacred have become too small for what we know about the Creation Story – maybe it’s those stories that need to change. We are made for wonder and awe. Are we really prepared to let the light of our human search for meaning and discovery go out forever as we destroy the web of life in which we live?