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From Beavers to Deep Ecology

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Eco-spiritual Dimensions of Green Burial ~ Sense of Place Part V

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Eco-spiritual Dimensions of Green Burial ~ Sense of Place Part V
Eco-spiritual Dimensions of Green Burial ~ Sense of Place Part V

Re-imagining the Lowly Spider

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Re-imagining the Lowly Spider
Re-imagining the Lowly Spider

Today my Home Floats ~ Sense of Place Part IV

It is two o’clock on a Wednesday afternoon, the spring semester of 1971. I am sitting in the back row… [more]


Today my Home Floats ~ Sense of Place Part IV
Today my Home Floats ~ Sense of Place Part IV

Science provides us today, in exquisite detail, not only the damage we have inflicted upon the ecosystem(s) of the planet but the consequences as well. Why then, are we not changing our behavior? Are we feeling environmentally helpless in our ability to make changes that make a difference?

What if there was a process that would move us from our sense of environmental helplessness to a state of eco-spiritual awakening and eco-activist empowerment that would bring about profound change?

Restoring the Waters offers people this mind-and-heart-changing process through art, poetry, music, ritual, philosophy, and even theology (when useful). Through this process, we become empowered as we remember that the earth community is sacred, begin to understand creation spiritually – according all life forms, human and non-human, their true sacramental value.

Restoring the Waters offers suggestions for action of all kinds – from personal or group reflection to restoration projects. The rich, dynamic potential of Restoring the Waters rests in the strength and diversity of the conversations I hope to engage. I invite you to participate!

Caroline Fairless

Restoring the Waters Blog

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From Beavers to Deep Ecology

Published: November 2, 2014

I can’t imagine a better real life drama of the battle between those who dismiss beavers as good-for-nothing rats with wide tails and those who understand the ecological benefits and offer hospitality and protection to them, than the one that lives right in my neighborhood. It’s a battle every bit as enthralling as some of the skirmishes between the Hatfields … Continue reading

Eco-spiritual Dimensions of Green Burial ~ Sense of Place Part V

Published: September 28, 2014

In my growing up years, we didn’t talk about carbon footprints, diminishing rain forests, loss of wildlife habitat, and the destruction of boreal forests. We certainly didn’t talk about dying and death, nor our cultural propensity to send off loved ones in mahogany coffins placed snugly into plastic or concrete vaults. We didn’t talk about the behind-the-scenes violence done to … Continue reading

Re-imagining the Lowly Spider

Published: August 24, 2014

It saddens and sometimes angers me that spiders generate such fear and sense of repulsion. And so it’s heartening to know that there are people who love spiders, who are fascinated by them.

I wouldn’t claim to be particularly comfortable around spiders, but I wish them no harm. In fact, when I know my husband is gearing up to clean … Continue reading

Today my Home Floats ~ Sense of Place Part IV

Published: June 5, 2014

It is two o’clock on a Wednesday afternoon, the spring semester of 1971. I am sitting in the back row of a basement classroom. The room is hot and airless; my black beans and rice squat heavily in my stomach; it’s the drowsing hour. We are beginning part two of a three hour senior level seminar whose focus is Thomas Continue reading

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