Posts Tagged ‘evolution’

A little perspective: USA, get a grip!

Posted January 27th, 2011 in Blog, Featured 4 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: All this shrieking about being number one, about being the leader of the world in all things, about striving for innovation and new technologies so we can compete in the 21st century, about Vince Lombardi’s ridiculous comment that “There is no room for second place,” as our president […]

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A nod to Darwin

Posted February 12th, 2009 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on A nod to Darwin

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Just want to add my own reverential nod towards the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin.  The man had courage, a commitment to impeccable science, an innate genius of observation, and was a really nice guy on top of all that — an avid abolitionist and a really great […]

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Ancestral Grace

Posted February 2nd, 2009 in Book Reviews Comments Off on Ancestral Grace

I have been reading Diarmuid O’Murchu for several years now.  His books open up our worldview, our spiritualities and religiosities, to the enormity of the evolutionary process of which we are a part.  He allows the full impact of science — what we know now of the vast expanses of time and space — to […]

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