“What would it take to practice living in a way where no thing and no body was disposable?” An essay by our friends at Weaving Earth

Dear Reader,

In June, we launched our series, “How do we come together in a changing world?” Below you’ll find the latest essay in the series, “It’s Time to Practice ‘No-Away’ Living” by Lauren Hage and Sam Edmondson.

Lauren Hage is Executive Director and co-founder of the Weaving Earth Center for Relational Education, an educational nonprofit that encourages the study and practice of “Earth Intimacy”, “Co-Liberation”, “Embodiment” and “Prayerful Action” as key approaches for addressing the social and ecological crises of our times. Sam Edmondson is the Associate Director at Weaving Earth.

This Questions for a Resilient Future series is curated by Editorial Fellows Kailea Loften and Kate Weiner of Loam, and this publication was produced with generous funding support from our partners at the Kalliopeia Foundation.

Read this week’s newsletter in full here.

Much love,
Center for Humans and Nature

Artwork by Mariza Ryce Aparicio-Tovar.

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