Archive for January 2018

Living Spiritually?   Leave a comment

 

In 2017 Anne Bokma attempted to “live spiritually” for twelve months. The UC Observer says that; “Having long explored the “spiritual but not religious” demographic as a writer, she decided to immerse herself in practices — like hiring a soul coach, secular choir-singing and forest bathing — for 12 months to find both enlightenment and entertainment.”

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Bokma summarizes her journey in this column, published in The UC Observer: http://ucobserver.org/myls/ 

At the bottom of her column there is an opportunity to access each of the 12 monthly columns that she wrote on this topic.

It is an interesting journey to observe, especially if one believes that all of life is infused with Spirit.

 

 

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Caring for Creation   Leave a comment

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One of the saints of the environmental “movement” in Canada is Dr. David Suzuki.

In a recent blog posting he tells some of his personal story, being a child of the Great Depression of the 1930’s and how that affected his worldview.

Suzuki also reflects on the culture of consumerism, and how it has come about. This is a blog post that I found affirming of my personal decisions to care for creation.

https://davidsuzuki.org/story/consumer-society-no-longer-serves-needs

 

Being Open   Leave a comment

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” It’s all about opening, really. When I open myself to the world and its possibilities – even its hurts – I become whole. But when I choose to close, my life becomes fraught with struggle. Everything I do becomes about shielding myself rather than inviting good energy to fill me. Everything is energy, so I try to let the negative pass through me, rather than holding on to it.”

Richard Wagamese in his book, “Embers”, page 112

Posted January 10, 2018 by allanbaker in Peacemaking, Spirituality

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