4 truths, 3 gates, 2 prayers, 1 commandment. These are easy to remember but not so easy to follow. These have stayed with me and now I get to share them with you. Maybe you will find them of use.
Joel Baker, accompanist
From hiking, to pilgrimage, labyrinths, and walking meditations; from Thoreau to Thich Nhat Hanh, people have sought ways to make an inner spiritual journey by making an outer journey on the earth. We will explore the “miracle” of “simply walking on this earth.” Please stay for a simple lunch, music and celebration as we open the Peace Labyrinth.
UUCOD Choir; Turner Blatchley, bass; Justin Chalk, flute; Phillip Pollerana, percussion; Kurt Jordan, piano
Special Guest Musicians for Peace Labyrinth Ceremony: Dryad
There is a new climate report out and the news is not good. What can we do? What will we do? Do we give up hope?
Malcolm Swan, accompanist
I completed my Masters Thesis, Social Forestry in the Navajo Nation, in December 1990, for the Northern Arizona University (NAU) School of Forestry, and for the Navajo Forestry Department (NFD). My project included two eventful and enlightening summers of field research. Since completing my thesis, Navajo Nation forest management practices became more consistent with the traditional Navajo land ethic. The NFD now takes into consideration cultural resources and traditional uses, not just timber production, when making forest lands management decisions.
Kurt Jordan, accompanist