In these fearfully uncertain times, when “self-isolating” and “social distancing” send us into defensive self-protection, the wise and wild words […]
Tag Archive for ‘john muir’
Happy Muir Year!
My latest essay on John Muir was just published in The Humanist! See what you think. And may all readers […]
Muir and Me
John Muir sauntered into the wilds of my mind and my life, becoming first a “spiritual […]
As wonderfully diverse as it is, Nature is Nature, wherever we are. the Americas, Africa, Asia, Arctic, Antarctic. . .(and […]
Is Nature a Religion?
Almost five years ago I taught a course on “the wild spirituality of nature” at the College of Marin in […]
John Muir’s Birthday
April 21, 1838. Naturalist-to-be John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland. I think it’s a day worthy of celebrating as […]