Shodo Spring on “Finding an Appropriate Response to Climate Change” at The Jizo Chronicles

Shodo Spring, the Soto Zen priest who leads the Compassionate Earth Walk — “a physical walk through the heart of North America, a moving spiritual community dedicating our energy to nourishing the earth, and an invitation to all humans to wake up, end the destruction, and return to our home in the community of life” — has contributed a guest post to our friend Maia Duerr’s blog The Jizo Chronicles. The subject is “finding an appropriate response to climate change.” You can read it in full here.

I’ve previously written about finding my own appropriate response to climate change, and you can read that post here.

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