Tag Archives: environment

Hunting empathy in my backyard

In the last year, since we hung the feeder,I have become so full of joywatching the birds come and go, their antics,the brave defense by sparrowsagainst blue jay incursion. But it hangs empty now,as we abide by guidanceto stop spread … Continue reading

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Reflection on Exodus 3:1-15

And so in many years I’ve wandered this text, always given at the end of the summer, when my heart and mind are wandering like a lonely people in a very lonely place full of wind and a little manna, … Continue reading

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Eighty-one days of Pentecost — Zimbabwe Artists for the Environment

Several weeks ago Lance Muteyo offered an invitation to Artists for the Environment in Harare, Zimbabwe. After the event he sent some photos. I share them below and it seems appropriate to see them in the context of Allen Myrick’s … Continue reading

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Sixtieth day since Pentecost

Lancelot Muteyo, a remarkable poet and peace activist from Zimbabwe is featured in the book Gifts in Open Hands. He has sent this poem written to be performed and shared this weekend at Artists for the Environment in Harare. Below … Continue reading

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