That’s the topic I explore in my guest post - The Wisdom of Ecology – at Upcycled Love.
Here’s a teaser:
Isn’t it intriguing that the definition of ecology reflects the natural principle of interconnectedness that lies at the very heart of many of the world’s wisdom traditions like Buddhism?
The Oxford Dictionary of English defines ecology as: “the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.”
It appears that ecology and spirituality agree: we are all inextricably linked – for better or for worse…
Continue reading The Wisdom of Ecology at Upcycled Love.
If you haven’t been to Upcycled Love yet, please don’t miss this chance. Lynn Fang has a unique voice and her articles are smart, practical, and heartfelt. Upcycled Love “strives to empower and inspire you to realize that you have what it takes to make a difference.” Lynn says, “If we can form a genuine alliance with nature, we may be able to stay, to play and love, just a little while longer.” Isn’t that what we all would like?
Many thanks to Lynn for the honor of guest posting at Upcycled Love.