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The Journey (to Find a Pathway to Global Climate and Conservation Responsibility) Step 4 of 8 – Intimacy with Ideas is ‘Awesome’

Thurs. July 26/07 Ageless and TirelessThe heat drains.The cold braces.Our bodies know what to do. In what distant placesAnd what special climes,Over what vast timesHave they learned this?The knowing bodyThat rises each morningAnd sleeps every nightIs agelessAnd tireless. Let’s take a closer look at this verse that comes at the end of ‘The Journey Step 3’. In …

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The Journey (to Find a Pathway to Global Climate and Conservation Responsibility) Step 3 of 8 – Love Deepens

This is the third in what will be a series of twice-weekly posts in which I’ll question the possibility, explore the difficulty, and argue for the mobilization potential, of understanding the systems of Nature on a personal level. Please use the links at the top of the page to read the earlier ‘steps’. Thus, when you practice just sitting …

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The Journey (to Find a Pathway to Global Climate and Conservation Responsibility) Step 2 of 8 – Love Grows

This is the second in what will be a series of twice-weekly posts in which I’ll question the possibility, explore the difficulty, and argue for the mobilization potential, of understanding the systems of Nature on a personal level. Please use the links at the top of the page to read the earlier ‘steps’. Tues. June 12/07 ‘Cookie Time’ with …

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The Journey (to Find a Pathway to Global Climate and Conservation Responsibility) Step 1 of 8 – Love is Personal

This is the first in what will be a series of twice-weekly posts in which I’ll question the possibility, explore the difficulty, and argue for the mobilization potential, of understanding the systems of Nature on a personal level. If it is true, as many of us believe in our hearts, that Love of Nature (the …

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