“Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the human heart can hold.” – Jan of ‘icallmyselfearthgirl’
I am so glad I found this blog space. I have been given another little gift of written treasures from a beautiful spirit who is sharing her light with the world.
In this post, you will be enlightened to an issue of great importance that many of us ignore. But if we continue to turn our heads, what will happen next? What are we doing to love and nurture our Earth? What will we do to change?
Soulshine always …
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to live through a transition of enormous significance?
Would you be aware every day that radical transformation is taking place?
Logic tells me that we would notice changes all around us. Yet, my experience is telling me this is not true. Right now, the earth we inhabit is undergoing rapid climate change and, although, we hear the term everyday, most of us do not notice much of a difference. But a few people are taking notice and trying to get the rest of us to pay attention.
Roy Scranton is one of these people. Those who scoff at climate change as something that only hippy-dippy tree-huggers care about might be surprised to learn that Scranton is a veteran who served a tour in Iraq during the early years of the Invasion. In his recent opinion piece for The Stone, he tries…
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