Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sustainable Spirituality: The Foundation for Green Living

What’s better for the environment: using paper bags that could increase deforestation or plastic bags that result in debris everywhere from city streets to water ways? Is it more environmentally friendly to use energy to wash a dirty plate or … Continue reading

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Book Review: Walking Through Illusion

In 1524, Ignatius of Loyola, one of the notable spiritual writers of the Christian tradition, articulated a method for spiritual growth and development which integrated reflection on the the Bible, visualization, and self-examination. His, approach, captured in the book, The … Continue reading

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Anger: A Signal for Change

In the mid 1980’s, I read a novel by May Sarton: Anger. Because her autobiographic work, The Journal of a Solitude, touched me deeply, I hoped her novel exploring expressions of anger would help me sort out my own experience … Continue reading

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