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Find Solace Outside: Meditations Led by Rabbi Katy Allen

These are challenging times. The barrage of bad news may make you anxious. The growing threats to our planet, health, family, friends, neighbors and legal system are scary. It’s hard to trust our leaders and our sources of information. The world seems to be spinning and many of us want the ride to stop; or, at […]

February 1st

Creepy Pictures of Kids Watching TV

“…when media and the digital world become omnipresent, their influence can stop people from learning how to live wisely, to think deeply and to love generously. In this context, the great sages of the past run the risk of going unheard amid the noise and distractions of an information overload. Efforts need to be made […]

July 27th

Move Over Tree Houses, Here Come Tree Churches

Photo Credit: Tree Church Unlike most 10-year-old boys who dream of being firefighters, astronauts, or Spiderman, New Zealander Barry Cox wanted to be pope. Little did he know that he would grow up to be an inspiration in a different way. With the Earth as his landscape and its gifts as his tools, Cox created […]

July 14th

Interfaith Wisdom for Our Modern Times

Wisdom has built her house, she has hewn her seven pillars. She has prepared her food, she has mixed her wine; she has also set her table. (Proverbs 9:1) When Akbar the Great built the Ibidat Khana, or “House of Worship” in the city of Fatehpur Sikri, India during the 16th century, he intended to […]

June 25th

The Religious Roots of American Environmentalism

The following is reprinted with permission from Religion Dispatches. Follow RD on Facebook or Twitter for daily updates and be sure to check out RD’s cool, new science section, The Cubit, which examines the intersection between science, religion, technology, and ethics. By Lauren Sutton What do the Mad Max franchise, protests of the Keystone pipeline, and […]

June 16th

Badass Native American Kids Fighting for the Planet

I recently stumbled upon an article in the The Huffington Post about a photographer who is documenting Native American children defending the planet in New Mexico. Tailinh Agoyo, who has roots with the Blackfeet and Narragansett tribes herself, found inspiration for The Warrior Project in her 11 year old son. “Children are so knowledgeable [about environmental issues],” Agoyog told The […]

April 17th

We Need a Map: Navigation, Travel, and World-Making

  Lately, in the house, we’ve found a number of maps. In the attic, my girlfriend found a series of old framed ones, in another language, depicting lands with names we have yet to decipher. Lying nearby, we saw some educational maps, also old, but somewhat more recent; in an endearingly dated way, they refer […]

March 20th

10 Irish Blessings to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from all of us at EdenKeeper! May your day be filled with sunshine and smiles, and you and your families be blessed with every beautiful blessing. Here are ten beautiful blessings from the emerald isle of Ireland, joined with lovely free images from pixabay.com to help you get started celebrating St. […]

March 17th