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Spirituality/Nature

The Awesome Power of Awe

The more overwhelmed we are, the more we need awe.

The Audacity to Be Asian in Rural America

Most people I knew in my hometown could not grasp why I cared so much about six Asian women murdered in America.
Flowers

Restoring (Some of) Turtle Island

According to the TRUTH Project research, the U.S. government paid the Dakota two cents per acre in 1851. Circle News reported the land was then sold for 251 times that amount.

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My Second Life on the Water

Guiding fundamentally changed how I view, interact with, and share our rivers and natural spaces with others.

Fly-Fishing Opened My Eyes

I learned that the better one understands the cycles of the stream, the easier it is to catch fish.

Healing With the Land

Gabby Menomin is part of a team working to resurrect an underground creek in Saint Paul for the well-being of the community and the land.

“We are Water Flows” Through Minnesota

“Was it the river’s fault?” It’s part of nature.

Walking for the Water

GitchiGami is the largest freshwater lake in the world. It is worth a walk around its 2,726–mile shoreline to speak to the water spirits.

Poem: “A Home Away From Words”

A Home Away From Words I slip my lanky self into the silver-smiling…

A Circle by the River

Line Break Media and 100PercentMN, a coalition of organizations…

Global Mind-Body Circles

I never imagined, sitting at home, typing away, that I would be involved in a revolution. Yet here I am. Here we are.

Navigating at Home

As I grow older, I find myself less driven by adrenaline, pride, or passion to change the world. I am more energized by the simple gatherings in my own community.

Celebrating the Advocacy and Principals of Honor the Earth

"Water and women are one and the same. They deserve our love and protection.”

Out of the Sierra

The decisions that they have to make on a daily basis about what to assimilate into, and what to resist, is something that comes out viscerally in small moments everywhere you look in that community.

Poem: “Glacier”

We are not accustomed to the sea, so we describe it like a sky.