Let an image form in your mind’s eye of a web, the delicate filaments intricately connected, each one vibrating in response to the smallest movement on any part of the net.
This exercise is designed to give you a sense of “home,” wherever you are, in our amazing universe.
…with your whole being, to where and how we are all enlivened by the same source of vitality.
Did you know that every carbon atom in our bodies was once blasted from a star? With science confirming that we are indeed stardust, perhaps it becomes a little less clear where we stop and start.
The elements of our bodies were born in a primeval supernova billions of years ago. Who can be sure where our bodies begin or end? Geneen Marie Haugen
In my foreboding daydreams of the future, my yet unborn granddaughter sits beside me on the couch flipping through a dog-eared book with pictures of African penguins, a cinnamon-tailed sparrow, Asian elephants, her eyes growing wide with amazement as she hears again that these beautiful creatures really used to live on earth and when I was her age and we ate fish caught in the ocean. Her tiny pink fingers turn each page carefully, memorizing the photos, asking me