Showing posts from September, 2015

Charles Eisenstein's Sacred Economics and some other "provocative documents for thought"

A set of photos from an early autumn walk at Wandlebury Country Park

The Sacred Depths of Nature — Ursula Goodenough's religious naturalist devotional

What is one to do in so-called dark times?

Trees, kettles, ladles and bottles of wild sauces as answers to the question: “What is the meaning of life?”

The biologist E. O.Wilson's foreword to Loyal Rue's "Everybody's Story — Wising up to the Epic of Evolution"

Where are you from? Earth!—A religious naturalist response to the current refugee crisis