Human beings are seekers of meaning. Our beliefs, narratives, emotions and values tend to be the most powerful guides and motivators in our lives. To restore the environment, our communities and our wholeness as human beings requires an in-depth psycho-spiritual or ethical paradigm shift – the awakening (or rediscovery) of an Earth-honoring spirituality at the core of our ethical or religious worldviews. This shift invites a more expansive compassion founded in the recognition of our interdependence with nature and people, and the need to encompass “the other” in all its forms, human and other-than-human.
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