Wheels of communionDon’t be afraid to greet meA burst of advocacyPutting our house in order

Wheels of communion

The search to fill a need connects people in unexpected ways

Don’t be afraid to greet me

The contemplative book fan outside the metro station in D.C.

A burst of advocacy

Despite the complexity of plastic waste disposal, young people seek solutions and take action

Putting our house in order

The popular Netflix series with Marie Kondo brings us back to the essential. Our spiritual lives could use some tidying up, too

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We all have a stake in our common home

Our planet is beautiful. Who hasn’t admired nature’s wonders, like the continuing breaking of the waves on the shore, the silence on a high peak of a mountain, the coolness of a thick forest on a hot summer day or the wonder of water transforming a desert? It all affirms the beauty of creation, and most importantly, gives humanity the basis for life. But there is a delicate balance to be maintained between the needed efforts to conserve nature and limiting the negative effects that technological progress can have. What can each one of us do, and, if we don’t act, what consequences will the whole society have to face? There are small steps that can make a difference, if millions of people adhere. And some changes in our lifestyle that we might fear could open up new possibilities. Then also future generations will have the opportunity to experience the awe and wonder of nature.

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The search to fill a need connects people in unexpected ways

Despite the complexity of plastic waste disposal, young people seek solutions and take action

The contemplative book fan outside the metro station in D.C.

The popular Netflix series with Marie Kondo brings us back to the essential. Our spiritual lives could use some tidying up, too