Waimanalo

Nine of us came together for our Global Earth Exchange. There were a couple who had participated previously but most were new to the practice. We started by sharing our names and why we chose [...]

All Are Our Relations

Once, all people lived in close relationship with nature. Time and history have withered the bond between the human and the other-than-human world. Despite this, the Earth and All Our Relations continue to generously give [...]

Radical Joy

This year’s Global Earth Exchange found me in a beautiful place in West Virginia—Dolly Sods Wilderness Area—a place once deeply wounded, but now transformed by loving intentions and nature’s resilience. I’ve been returning there whenever [...]

Honoring the River

There were twelve of us who gathered in a small cove on the Hudson River, after following the Father C. Jorn Trail from the parking lot of the Falling Water Preserve in Saugerties, New York.  [...]

Das abgeholzte Tannholz

Wir treffen uns und laufen durch Feld und Wiese los, ein Reh springt vor uns auf. Beim Einfang zum Wald tanzen wir einen Dankestanz für die Elemente. Danach singen wir das Lied: "Meine Füsse fest [...]

Baseline Creep for the Black River

Annette Joseph, an Episcopal Priest working in rural Missouri, and I met at Sportsman Park in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, to do a Global Earth Exchange. Our focus was on "Baseline Creep", a term that describes [...]

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