Who amongst us has not heard it? the wolf of this beloved damaged earth beckoning us by name just outside of our safe living room. Demanding our own response?
We enter as pilgrims, as wayfarers knowing there is something we are seeking. Something nameless, beautiful, waiting and wanting. We enter knowing that the terrain is invisible, uneasy, the weather uncertain, our minds unprepared.
We enter knowing that we are not able to ‘save the earth’ that our work here will fall short, but even so there is no alternative but to act.
We enter entangled with every creature, tree, stone and human above and below the soil. It is important for us to reclaim wildness as a state of mind and a way of being.~ Lyanda Lynn Haupt, Rooted: Life at the Crossroads of Science Nature and Spirit.
We enter entangled with every creature, tree, stone and human above and below the soil. We should reclaim wildness as a state of mind and a way of being. – Lyanda Lynn Haupt, #Bookquote #books #spirituality #kindness #nature #wild #paganTweet