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When I Die, Recompose Me

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Aug 18, 2022
When I Die, Recompose Me

When I Die, Recompose Me

What if our bodies could help grow new life after we die, instead of being embalmed and buried or turned to ash? Join Katrina Spade as she discusses "recomposition" — a system that uses the natural decomposition process to turn our deceased into life-giving soil, honoring both the earth and the departed.
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Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrating & Defending Nature’s Songs

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August 18, 2022

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Earth's Wild Music: Celebrating & Defending Nature's Songs

I don’t know any other way to move through darkness, but to put one foot ahead of the other and listen for the exact sound of our footsteps. If we have to drop to our knees sometimes and press the palms of our hands against the duff and damp of the earth, then that is what we will do.

– Kathleen Dean Moore –

Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrating & Defending Nature’s Songs

“I started thinking about how I could open people’s hearts without breaking them. How I could point to the onrushing extinctions and not force people to turn away in absolute grief. I decided that I was going to have to write in a way that was like a wave — I would lift people and smash them at the same time. What is it that reaches people without breaking them? What is it that goes straight into people’s hearts? What do they love about the world and will call them to action? I decided that of all the things I loved about the world, what I loved the most was the music. What I loved the most was the sound. I’ve been writing about this for quite some time, so I had a couple of essays already under my belt, and I couldn’t think of a more wonderful writing assignment for myself then to go outside and listen.” Acclaimed environmental philosopher and nature writer Kathleen Dean Moore shares more about her book of essays, “Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrating and Defending the Songs of the Natural World.” { read more }

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