Eco-spirituality explained

A well written piece by Andrew Norkiewicz on eco-spiritually which even an engineer like myself can fully appreciate and follow.

"Referencing one of the fathers of eco-spirituality, Thomas Berry, Lockwood argues that ‘We know enough of our own history by now to be aware that people exploit what they have merely concluded to be of value, but they defend what they love.’ 

Eco-spirituality, then, is the process that helps us love, not simply value, the world around us and all that is a part of it."

I often wonder if I'm a little mad about bees, but here we have a scientist on a remote prairie finding love for grasshoppers. However, the truth is that the grasshopper or bee is just the gateway.

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