The famous author, poet, farmer and activist Wendell Berry writes that “no settled family or community has ever called its home place an “environment”. No-one has ever called its feeling for its home place “biocentric” or “anthropocentric”. The concepts and insights of the ecologists are of great usefulness in our predicament…but they come from the
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The Green Man archetype represents the deep relationship we have with nature and is found in varying forms in many world traditions. The image of the Green Man whose face is swathed in foliage with shoots springing forth from his open mouth is a potent symbol of the Earth’s, and therefore our, fecundity. Matthew Fox
[embedplusvideo height=”388″ width=”640″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/eOeWXPSAQzs?fs=1&hd=1″ vars=”ytid=eOeWXPSAQzs&width=640&height=388&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep6917″ /] A parody of Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin” with a relevant message of concern for the environmental well being of Fort Worth, TX.Go to 350.org to learn about environmental emission concerns and what you can do in your community to help.
Citizens of Fort Worth Texas join in effort to draw attention to the Earth’s pollution problem. Visit http://www.350.org/ to learn more about 350 and what you can do to help.
When I was a teenager growing up in Cardiff, Wales I would often go on walks to the hills that surrounded the city. It was a beautiful area of farms, meadows, and heavy woodland. One particular wood held a special significance for me because in the deep shade of its forest canopy there were three
A paradigm shift is taking place; one in which humankind’s spiritual nature recognizes our role in caring for this sacred landscape known as Mother Earth. Everything is connected. We are all one. These statements are at the very center of Unity thinking and are reflected in the mystical, unitive teachings that lie at the heart