A Meditation on the Ecological Catastrophe & What to Do About It, Even if it is Too Late

In my view the critical work of religion is fostering the quest for meaning in the face of our fragile lives caught up in forces greater than any of us. This world we live in is filled with hurt and violence and every imaginable cruelty. It breaks the heart. And. This world is also so astonishingly beautiful and precious and run through with the mysteries of love and compassion, that it can take our breath away. This strange mix is what we actually encounter in the world. The work of religion is squaring that circle, finding our place in the great mess. And it is unspeakably important.

Another fine sermon from James Ishmael Ford

MISTAKES WERE MADE A Meditation on the Ecological Catastrophe & What to Do About It, Even if it is Too Late