Praying With Nature – Prayerful Tuesday

Last night was the Autumnal Equinox.  The Sun crossed that imaginary line in the sky called the celestial equator from north to south.  Spring begins in the southern hemisphere and fall officially begins here in the north.  I don’t know about you but I’ve been feeling ‘fall’ for some time now.  The nights are cooler,…

by Dave Burnham
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Of Epiphanies and Apocalypse

…While people of faith do not exclusively experience epiphany and apocalypse, for me the three revelations that shook my life have been deeply spiritual. Coming out—being authentic and speaking out about injustice and addressing wrongs committed can be acts of faith. And I find climate change work is grounded in spirituality for me, even if I don’t often talk about my faith in connection with it…

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Nature isn’t Silent

I spend an excess of time walking. And not for a purpose of gain. Just. Walking. I think about it a lot, but in odd ways, like how can I walk along every street in my neighborhood without retracing my steps – left from my house, then right, left, left, left, right. Sometimes, when I’m…

Monterey  Bay Aquarium, CA
by Terri Stewart

Even the Fish of the Sea

Here at BeguineAgain.com, we will focus on the climate throughout the week as it leads to the People’s Climate March on September 21st.

Call on the animals to teach you; the birds that sail through the air are not afraid to tell you the truth. Engage the earth in conversation; it’s happy to share what it knows. Even the fish of the sea are wise enough to explain it to you. In fact, which part of creation isn’t aware, which doesn’t know the Eternal’s hand has done this? His hand cradles the life of every creature on the face of the earth; Her breath fills the nostrils of humans everywhere. (Job 12:7-10, The Voice Bible)