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Making beauty, making prayers

We returned to Pritchard Park where we’ve gone several other years. A Superfund site and the place where Japanese-American islanders began their long journey to internment camps right after the bombing at Pearl Harbor. Six [...]

Attending to Place course

Tuesdays, beginning October 26 8-10 AM EDT £86.83 / $120 Ecotherapist and eco-archeologist Harriet Sams is offering a 10-week course, Attending to Place, developed by Radical Joy for Hard Times. The experiential course is part [...]

Songs in the Traveling Monastery

For the past month Radical Joy Revealed has featured some of the many wonderful stories from this year's Global Earth Exchange. Yet a pilgrimage to a hurt place, planned and shared, is not the only [...]

Creating a safe space       Sometimes failing     Sharing space Learning what that means

Linden Tree Stump Medicine

Anne, John, Medicine Buddha & many others are saving—from devastation of proposed concrete and steel production plant—Onteora Lake, Pickerel Pond, extraordinary wildlife, Bluestone wild forest in Kingston, NY, with the help of Linden tree stump [...]

A Ceremony for Jabu

Two gorgeous elephants, Jabu and Morula were "released" from 32 years in captivity into the Okavango Delta. They were set free (although that is a relative term because they were chased from pillar to post [...]

History’s River

The river Orontes passes through Antakya (Antioch) City that has a rooted history from Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods to Ottoman Empire, French mandate and Turkish Republic times. While the river is the reasoning of [...]

Rethinking the Small Things

I'm thinking about the small things we do that harm nature. I planted a pyramidal Norway Spruce four years ago. I wanted the tree to block my view of a neighbor's bathroom window, one without [...]

What’s in the Dirt?

There are so many things I love about this story: (1) It's about dirt, Georgia red clay, specifically, and it's both a discovery and a kind of love story, (2) It was written by someone [...]

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