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November 28, 2018

Exchanges - ideas, energy, friendships, trade, stories, seeds, songs, spiritual practices -

create culture.

Creating sustainable cultures are essential to surviving and thriving amidst climate change.   Our economic exchanges are a primary part of that.  As an ecotheolog...

November 19, 2018

The Parliament of World Religions, which first gathered in 1893 in Chicago, is the oldest and might well be the most prestigious international interfaith gatherings in the modern era.  The 2018 gathering was the 125th year anniversary of Swami Vivekananda delivered a s...

November 8, 2018

At the Parliament of World Religions, Sequoia Samanvaya was able to offer two booklets to the "world" gathered there: From the Darkness: the prison industrial complex, climate change, family histories and divine encounters, by Sara Jolena Wolcott and Dharma Unplugged:...

November 8, 2018

The joyful work of ecotheology, of coming into deeper harmony with ourselves and the earth, is not one we do only as individuals. It is work of healing ancestral trauma in order to, as my friend Anna Mudd says, "become better ancestors ourselves."   Our work inherently...

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