Grief

Standing in the Fire with young climate activists – Barbara Cecil

(Read this article in Truthout) Another extraordinary posting in Barbara Ceclil and Dahr Jamail’s Truthout series, “How then shall we live?”… What is our calling in these times? How can we reconnect with our own deeper selves, other people and Earth? How can we reclaim lives with meaning, agency, purpose, love? How can we discern…

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Facing Extinction – Catherine Ingram

Catherine Ingram Facing Extinction facingextinction For much of my life, I thought our species would soon go extinct. I assumed we might last another hundred years if we were lucky. Now I suspect we are facing extinction in the near future. Can I speculate as to exactly when that might happen? Of course not. My…

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Extinction Illness: Grave Affliction and Possibility

Deena Metzger. Tikkun Magazine “Everyone says climate is the most important issue of all, and yet they just carry on as before. I don’t understand that. Because if the emissions have to stop, then we must stop the emissions. To me that is black or white. There are no gray areas when it comes to…

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Thinking about Climate on a Dark, Dismal Morning – Kate Marvel

(Read original article in Scientific American) Kate Marvel. December 25, 2018 It’s six in the morning of the shortest day of the year. The sky is dark. When the sun finally rises it will disappear behind leaden gray clouds and tall gray buildings streaked with rust. I’m on a train watching the wastelands of postindustrial…

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