Category Archives: Eco-spirituality

What If

The journey to Ireland has been a wonderful one. Staying in cottages or apartments has gone well until last night. Read More →

Climbing Diamond Hill

It began as a cloudy day with 9 degrees celsius temperature. By the time I walked a bit I stowed Read More →

I Lit a Candle Today

Mitchell Henry built a small, Gothic cathedral in the Connemara region of western Ireland. He built a castle here in Read More →

Everything is Sacred

Connecting with the land and sea was my first intention for journeying back to Ireland. The other was to see Read More →

May Your Life Rise Up to Meet You

May the dawn find you at peace with the coming day. May the beauty of the first flower of spring Read More →

The Magic of Ireland

Back in September I spent ten days in Ireland, mostly on the island of Inis Mor. The pull was strong Read More →

The Deep Peace of Buddy

It’s 5am. A faint, short, hum calls me from sleep. He’s standing on the other side of the door asking Read More →

Treasures

Sometimes our greatest treasures are those we forget we have. The poem scribbled on a scrap of paper. A rock Read More →

Cycling in the Clouds

It wasn’t high altitude that created the sensation of cycling in the sky. The clouds came down…far down to sea Read More →

Go Inside

It’s winter. It’s cold. And no amount of complaining will change the fact that for a week I didn’t get Read More →