Posts Tagged‘Earth Day’

Happy EARTH DAY!!!

This is my newest baby. She is a mimicry succulent native to Africa. I bought her in celebration of Earth Day. As a scientist and spiritual teacher, I spent the day buying and planting plants, not protesting. I practice non-resistance now, but I also believe that to ignore what scientists are telling us about the Earth is folly. Whatever you may be hearing about global warming—and there is much conjecture for sure—I want you to know that the gatekeepers of truth are scientists. They don’t just get to guess at things, they have to prove their ideas work. If you are skeptical of scientific findings, so are…

She Can Speak

Happy Belated Earth Day! In the immortal words of the Disney movie character Pocahontas (paraphrasing here),  “the Earth is not just some dead thing we can claim.” The reason we suffer is because we simply do not understand that the earth can speak, and we don’t hear her anymore. Bear with me; I know that sounds strange. Earth, the mother, aka the home we all share, is beautiful and purposeful. You knew that. She is powerful, and feels unpredictable. You likely have noticed this, too. I have personally lived through ten blizzards including thundersnow, power outages, and pretty sure I saw a polar bear…