Tag Archives: #EarthDay

Supporting Biodiversity – Nature’s Way of Feeding Life

This (below) is a short yet insightful video, which in less than two minutes summarizes why industrial agriculture (with its emphasis on size, pesticides and single crops) is far less effective, compassionate and wise than natural farming methods which mimic nature by supporting biodiversity … Continue reading

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Living in a Creative Living Universe

“I like to experience the universe as one harmonious whole. Every cell has life. Matter, too, has life; it is energy solidified. The tree outside is life… The whole of nature is life…”      ~Albert Einstein Look around and you … Continue reading

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A 12 Year Old Fighting For Our Planet’s Future

Here’s the full text and video of Severn Suzuki’s short yet powerful speech, made at the 1992 Earth Summit Conference, in Rio. Please consider sharing with friends, family, children and students this Earth Day… “Hello, I’m Severn Suzuki speaking for E.C.O. – The … Continue reading

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Living in Tune with the Ways of Nature

Wisdom in thinking and action is not something difficult or even new for human beings. It’s actually quite natural for people to think “eco-logically” – in terms of processes, relationships, values and communities. This is how Nature works, and how … Continue reading

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Regaining Our Sense of the Sacred

“Know what it is to be a child… To see a world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower. Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.” ~William Blake Looking out at … Continue reading

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The Hour’s Getting Late: Time for Humanity to Wake Up

“Let us not talk falsely now,  the hour’s getting late.” ~Bob Dylan Looking out at the ecological crisis we humans have created, the analogy of mass murder or collective suicide could be applied. For centuries we’ve been steadily and methodically killing … Continue reading

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