Every day, we vote for the world we want to live in through the choices we make. Picking up the fragments and living within our means are good choices.
There is something fascinating and wonderful about rainbows. Their colors hold great beauty and promise.
Considering the direction our world is headed, an impending flood-like crisis doesn’t sound far-fetched. How can we escape the coming catastrophe? When will God finally act? What hope do we have?
As Wendell Berry says, “Healing is impossible in loneliness; it is the opposite of loneliness. Conviviality is healing. To be healed we must come with all the other creatures to the feast of Creation” (The Body and the Earth, p. 99).