Tour of Extinction

Tour of Extinction

The world has been captivated by the display of grief as an orca whale mother (Tahlequah also known as J35) has carried the remains of her baby on her nose through the waters of the Salish Sea for days. She is calling out to us to no longer see ourselves as separate and apart from the great assembly of creation: will we hear and respond?

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Restoring the Land. Restoring Ourselves.

Restoring the Land. Restoring Ourselves.

If we are to truly rewild the Earth, we must rewild ourselves and how we see humanity as the image bearer of the Divine; we must bring our sacred stories and our soulscapes back into full and whole relationship with the more-than-human world. Original Post for AllCreation.org

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God’s Grandeur within the World House: A Liberated Vision for Our Common Home

God’s Grandeur within the World House: A Liberated Vision for Our Common Home

Ecological conversations place us in political arenas, fundamentally because power resides in land. An environmental ethic began to take shape in the consciousness-raising 1960's as Martin Luther King, Jr.’s work began to expand the focus of his civil rights movement to extend to economic human rights throughout the world. The laws of economics and ecology are one and the same, each derived from a fundamental principal of sustainable habitat, or household for all life. The intersection of King’s economic human rights intersected the environment (ecology) in the understanding that our planetary household requires space and the means for a flourishing life for all living things. Dr. King understood the work that was required of us all to live together in peace in our “inherited large house, a great ‘world house’ in which we have to live together."

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