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Happy Action and Forgiveness Earth Day

I spent John Muir’s Birthday (yesterday), indoors, breaking my ritual of hiking on it. I was sick as heck with a merciless cold. I’m still sick, but in recovery mode. 726 more words


“I fledge allegiance to this stream, in which I stand…”   –anon. dipper

“He is the mountain streams’ own darling, the hummingbird of blooming waters, loving rocky ripple-slopes and sheets of foam as a bee loves flowers, as a lark loves sunshine and meadows…”                                                     –“The Water-ouzel” by John Muir… 826 more words


Prison Earth Day

sermon on Acts 16:19-34 and on Earth Day

Earth Day and a prison Bible reading, with an edge of economic impact. It begs the question of how we assign the roles. 1,791 more words


John William Lewin (1770 – 1819)

The gross heathenism of civilization has generally destroyed nature, and poetry, and all that is spiritual.

John Muir  (April 21, 1838 – December 24, 1914)

Natural History

Spirituality and Nature

In honor of John Muir’s 180th Birthday (b. April 21, 1838). . .this reflection:

I keep turning this word/idea/concept/imagination called “spirituality” around in my brain like a rough stone or prickly seedpod.   88 more words


Happy Birthday, John Muir!

In honor of John Muir’s birthday, April 21, 1838, I’ll share the story of my visit to an important place in his life almost two years ago. 1,658 more words

Written By Amy Cools

ON THIS DAY: April 21, 2018

April 21st is

Bulldogs are Beautiful Day

Kindergarten Day *

Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day

National Yellow Bat Day *

John Muir Day *

World Creativity and Innovation Day * 875 more words