Nature is our home. This is something we know in our bones, but our fundamental thread to Nature has undeniably been worn thin.

We live in a world abstracted from Nature. Even in our attempts to restore Nature, and lobby for climate justice, we do so in a way that establishes ourselves as separate. We see the Earth’s issues as a problem to solve, an outcome to achieve. We fail to acknowledge that the problem is not external to ourselves but begins within. In truth, we are suffering a spiritual wound: one that is born when we ...


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