Finding God, self, and community in wild spaces. The better we know our wild neighbors the more we'll discover ourselves.
A vision informed by Henry David Thoreau’s interpretation of sauntering, Jesus’ understanding of neighbor, Aldo Leopold’s concept of thinking like a mountain, Rachel Carson’s prophetic voice and John Muir’s way of capturing the beauty and uniqueness of wild neighbors with words.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Second Winter Wildlife Tour of the season

Thank you for joining me on today’s saunter Les, Anna, Marge, Trudi, Laura, Mick, Rich, Debbie, John, and Theodora! What an experience! Snow, trees, turkeys, words from Henry David Thoreau, a moment to RELEASE others failures to love us and our failures to love others and a moment to WELCOME one thing that the Spirit of God might have us do in the coming year that honors God’s love for us and God’s love for our neighbors. I enjoyed sharing the trail with you today in the company of all of our wild neighbors in the full beauty of that wild space that is the Pine Creek Rail Trail adjacent to the Asaph Wild Area.

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