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April 27, 2022

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The Magnitude of All Things

All is connected… no one thing can change by itself.

– Paul Hawken –

The Magnitude of All Things

Earth is our mother and when she suffers, we all suffer. Jennifer Abbott’s climate change documentary “The Magnitude of All Things” helps us to see grief on a personal and global scale. When her sister died from cancer, Abbott’s sorrow opened her up to the grief that is being experienced on a global level by people who are already losing their homes and lives due to climate change. The film is a reminder that together we can find our way to a better way of living if we open our eyes and challenge ourselves to live more simply each day. { read more }

Be The Change

Think of 3 steps you can take today to live more simply so that Earth can heal herself. Small steps like eating less meat, growing a garden, and walking more often make a difference if we all work together.

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