The crisis of s…

The crisis of survival and the threat to sustenance arises from ecological disruption that is rooted in the arrogance of the west and those that ape it. This arrogance is grounded in a blindness towards the quiet work and the invisible wealth created by nature and women and those who produce sustenance. Such work and … Continue reading The crisis of s…

The Environment Matters In Religion, Too

The Environment Matters In Religion, Too Lately I've been feeling down about how religious people can neglect the environment or even feel environmental problems and suffering unimportant. Imam Khalid's post today was encouraging. Imam Khalid Latif is NYU's Muslim Chaplain and a shining beacon of compassion, fidelity, and hope for the religious and the progressive … Continue reading The Environment Matters In Religion, Too

Negotiating Faith I: Hindu Practice, Christian Roots

I wanted to share a post by my dear friend Chris, a Vaishnav monk and seminary student at Union Theological Seminary, on negotiating his Christian roots and Hindu identity & faith while finding nourishment in Christian practice. I feel very, very similarly and I'd love to write a response, but now's not the time, as … Continue reading Negotiating Faith I: Hindu Practice, Christian Roots