Category Archives: Environment

Learning to Walk in Beauty

Virtues are somewhat personal I think.  Religion and spirituality can guide individuals but I think overall, virtues are something that one decides to make the basis of their own personal philosophy.  In my own personal spirituality, I’m not sure which … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Want to Be Left Behind (Peterson)

I Want to Be Left Behind: Finding Rapture Here on Earth (2010). Peterson, B.  Da Capo Press. (Kindle Edition) Brenda Peterson’s I Want to Be Left Behind is a personal memoir of her spiritual journey growing up in a Southern … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eaarth (Bill McKibbens)

Eaarth: Making Life on a Tough New Planet.  Bill McKibben, Times Books, 2010.  (Kindle Edition.) The point of the Pagan Reading Challenge is to take time to develop spiritually and study what others have to say.  However, as a Pagan … Continue reading

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Ecofeminism, deep ecology, and dark green religion: PBP week 10

Week 10 of PBP second E post.  E is for Environmentalism and Ecology.  The first few drafts of this post were really science centered and while that’s awesome this blog focuses on Paganism. I do not think science and religion are … Continue reading

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