Tag Archives: Earth

Environmental Justice

I want to explain what “environmental justice” means to me. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency of the United States) defines it thusly: “Environmental Justice is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, … Continue reading

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Pride and Governments

I’ve done a lot of thinking over the years about systems of government and I’ve come to one conclusion: they ALL fail to one extent or another. Why do they fail? There’s a myriad of reasons; surely, some are specific … Continue reading

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Where Love Greets Sorrow

They fly in with their wings spread wide and Joy brings them safely down to the rich brown earth, the turning twisting falling leaves, a glorious carpet for their feet. When the clouds gather turn grey from white, shed tears … Continue reading

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This Moment is

The water is vast and glistening and unfathomably deep; the wind is high and strong and cleansing; the earth below my feet is alive and vital and teeming with Grace; and the stars are my blinking, twinkling unfinished dream. This … Continue reading

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The Absence Of Nectar

When the storm clouds roll in, whip the sea into a frenzy I will know it from my perch up on the mountain. The hummingbird is tossed by currents smaller than the wingspan of solitude, slower than the heartbeat of … Continue reading

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Bruised

Our hearts are such tender vessels, aware of what feeds, withers and morphs it into a swelling sea to marvel at, to puzzle over, to praise. When the blue sky is magnificently bruised by Autumn winds hastened by the chill … Continue reading

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Pathfinding

There is no road map for this terrain, no compass that could offer up a clue. You attempt it with your leather bound books, the oral traditions that became the foundation of our demise. And if The Book had never … Continue reading

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