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Spring Rain

For the last couple of days we have had cloudy weather with a few irregular cloudbursts bringing much needed rain to our Juniper clustered high desert…When it rains earth tones deepen and the stones that line my paths standout like people. 513 more words

Nature

SEEING IN THE DARK: FINDING OUR WILD MEDICINE ~ PART I

SEEING IN THE DARK: FINDING OUR WILD MEDICINE ~ PART I

For all the devastation of these dark times -the attacks on women, children, the elderly, immigrants, the land, on the truth, international relationships, – T-rump’s essential role as the cruel Fool has catalyzed a fierce awakening. 1,149 more words

Water is Where We Begin

Here lately, when I sit down to write my thoughts seem to migrate toward a very particular direction. In place of what was once a sense of confusion and underestimation, is an  understanding of my capacity as a human being. 635 more words

Personal Essays

A Letter to My Future Self: Reflections on Spiritual Ecology and Mother Earth

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In 2012, I composed this letter to a hypothetical future self in 2050, in which I attempted to imagine how a world built upon spiritual ecology and socio-ecological justice would look like. 1,926 more words

Reflections

Society & Us: Feminism

The term ‘feminism’ embodies a very wide variety of meanings which can be divided into four:

  1. an over-arching theory about the nature of women’s oppression by men;
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Learning

DREAM A NEW STORY. WALK IT INTO THE WORLD

Walking. I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands. 1,099 more words

Notes on Earthworms

The earth is in constant motion. I was recently reminded of that fact while moving through the first few pages of  The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms… 516 more words

Personal Essays