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Nov 17, 2022
Just Be Nice

Just Be Nice

In this brief and moving glimpse into his life, Morné Pretorius shares how the experience of a car accident ten years ago which left him in a coma for a month, has impacted his perspective on life, leading him to living gratefully every day. He reminds us to make peace with what happens in our lives, realizing that our experiences do not define our future. Speaking from the knowledge gained from his life, he advises, "You are walking this life. Make sure you leave beautiful steps behind."
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Activating Moral Discomfort & Spiritual Community for the Earth

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Activating Moral Discomfort & Spiritual Community for the Earth

One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between man and nature shall not be broken.

– Leo Tolstoy –

Activating Moral Discomfort & Spiritual Community for the Earth

“The Rev. Fletcher Harper believes that he felt God while mourning his fathers death on a solo camping trip in Montana. A violent hailstorm struck one night, and he sought shelter in the lee of a rock. “At about three in the morning, I felt this deep sense of well-being, he recalls. “I realized that I was going to be OK. I thought, ‘I can move on with my life now.'”Later in his life and career when interviewing hundreds of people from a broad spectrum of religious and non-religious backgrounds, he discovered that nearly all of them could recall an outdoor experience they perceived as spiritual or sublime. Today Harper, an Episcopal priest, is Executive Director of GreenFaith, an international interfaith and multi-faith environmental organization that conducts education and advocacy, and provides environmental sustainability services, to faith-based groups. Read more about his work here. { read more }

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For more inspiration, join an Awakin Call with Fletcher Harper this weekend. More details and RSVP info here. { more }

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