Nature

by Lisa Schencker The Salt Lake Tribune This article was originally published on July 23, 2012 by The Salt Lake Tribune . University of Utah professor touring the sacred grounds that surround Utah churches. Whether...
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by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee This article was originally published by Spiritual Ecology . “The only way to change the world is to change the story.” We know only too well the story that defines our world today. It is a tale...
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by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee This article was originally published by Spiritual Ecology , an edited version was first published online at The Huffington Post . As our world stumbles to the brink of ecological collapse, the...
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by Rita M. Gross This article was originally published on June 15, 2012 by The Interfaith Observer . As Much as Possible, Do No Harm Despite popular slogans, we do not dwell in a world characterized by unprecedented...
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by Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Joe Laur This article was originally published on April 22, 2014 by KOLALEPH . As a people who have endured millennia of harsh climatic and socio-political changes we join together to confront...
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by Drake Spaeth Originally published on April 10, 2014 in The New Existentialists Here in Chicago, we have been experiencing the first tantalizing hints of spring after the coldest winter on record. I am giddy with...
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by Dr. Tu Weiming As a spiritual humanism, Confucianism’s project for human flourishing involves four dimensions: self, community, Earth, and Heaven. Character building, the primary purpose of Confucian moral education...
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Published by arcworld.com. Four main principles of Daoism guide the relationship between humanity and nature: 1. Follow the Earth The Dao De Jing says: 'Humanity follows the Earth, the Earth follows Heaven, Heaven...
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Published by arcworld.com. Nature as Divine Shinto tradition acknowledges a deep debt to the blessing of nature and the spiritual power which brings about life, fertility, and prosperity. This life-giving power was...
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Based on the Sikh text of the Windsor Statements, 1995. arcworld.com The Sikh Cycle of Creation Sikhism follows three hundred year cycles, the most recent of which finished in 1999. In 1699 – a time of terrible...
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