We’re all made of bubbles … atoms, cells, blood, brain cells … we all live in bubbles (some by our […]
Tag Archive for ‘nature’
One of the favorite markers of the passage into spring … The fuzzbuzzers are back!
Faith in Nature?
What does it mean to have faith in nature? This is not about worship or a “religion of nature.”
A walk on the first day of Spring. Dark forest. Sun cuts through the sheltering trees to illumine wild daffodils. […]
My Address is a River
The new edition of My Address is a River, first published in 2010, is now available in paperback and ebook! […]
Super, Natural Poetry
My friend Jim Gronvold has just published a delightful new collection of his poetry. He calls himself a “simple rhymer,” […]
Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs
“Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs” (seeking trails to secular worship?) One summer we drove to the coast where I saw […]
Snowshoeing in Heaven
It’s been awhile (much too long) but one of the great pleasures of my life has been snowshoeing with friends […]
What is Humanism?
I mostly identify as a Freethinker. That seems the most positive way of expressing my non-theistic, non-supernaturalist views. Yes, I […]