Cracking Wise About Trees

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Red-Tail Hawk in a Tree Doing interfaith work really never ceases to amaze me--and my recent experience was no exception. Here's what happened at the panel discussion I wrote about in my last post. To recap--I was contacted by a colleague in a neighboring county who was putting together an interfaith panel to discuss spirituality and the environment. I checked my calendar and agreed it was possible.  The date changed due to Ramadan but the new date worked for me, too. If you live in a small … [Read more...]

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Default Settings

I've written about this before and will, no doubt, write about it again. There are often default settings in the interfaith world that require patience and open-mindedness to reset. Years ago I was part of a group talking about "sabbath" and there was a sense that everyone has one and that it was a "day of rest" in which one communed with the Divine.  Many of us, though, have sabbaths/holy days and they are not in the least restful. They are loud and raucous and celebratory and we are exhausted … [Read more...]

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What I Meant to Say Was…I’m Not Interested

Wild Garden: Pagans in the Growing Interfaith Landscape

I know, I know. This is going to sound harsh. But after two decades of hoeing a tough row in the interfaith fields, I have finally gotten to a place where I can follow Nancy Reagan's advice and Just Say No.I initially entered this rough-plowed field out of a sense of self-preservation. As a minority religionist in a culture where the majority doesn't seem to mind throwing its weight around, I thought that if people in other religions actually knew someone who was Wiccan, they'd mellow a bit. … [Read more...]

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