Exploring the inner dimensions of climate change, seeking a collective path forward that frees our hearts while equipping us to respond effectively.
Practicing love when the future is uncertain
Dark clouds gather in the future and fog obscures our path. The days when the future seemed sunny and idyllic have passed. Occasionally, rays of sunlight shine through—promising news of a COVID vaccine, for example, or our recent election results. Have we, as we compulsively doom-scroll our excruciating national story, become so addicted to doomContinue reading →
It’s time to leave the palace that fossil fuels built
Climate change has ruptured the dining room wall of our palace, and is beginning to intrude further and further. We eat our breakfast, ignoring it. It’s been comfortable here, and we’ve been provided for materially. We’ve liked that as time’s gone on, it’s gotten more and more comfortable. We’ve imagined that, some day, everyone couldContinue reading →
Free your heart from climate change penitence and impotence
In the shadow of the immense climate crisis, what difference could it possibly make to bike to work or eat less meat? The mismatch between what we’re being asked to do and the size of the problem has created disillusionment, as changes in personal lifestyle like these have been promoted as a primary way toContinue reading →
Building a home in our vulnerability to climate disruption
This is an audio recording of the post Building a home in our vulnerability to climate disruption.