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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

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

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 to help you get started celebrating St. […]

March 17th

Spiritual Explorer: Dambulla, Cave of Reflection

Editors Note: This article is part of a series. Follow along as Jacob explores widely different cultures and places and delves into the spirituality, history, and people that make these places unique. It was a unique challenge presented to me to write of my experiences in the last several articles of this series. Not in […]

February 27th

Guardians Of This Refuge: Tarkovsky, Nerval, And Our Personal “Gods”

Not long after I saw Andrei Tarkovsky’s mesmerizing Stalker last year, I read Aurélia, Gérard de Nerval’s “memoir of his madness” (madness meant literally). At the time, I didn’t make any connection between the two. It took a chance revisiting of Nerval’s story, after recently writing about Tarkovsky’s film, to realize their uncanny similarities. Nerval […]

February 25th

Exploring the Intricate Sand Mandala of Buddhism

Standing on the outside, looking into the profound depths of symbolism represented in a colorful Buddhist sand mandala, fascination and imagination find rare delight. Layer upon layer, the mandala draws the viewer in, slowly, reflectively, intriguingly toward the center. The journey from the present reality to the possible sublime is lined with intricate angles and […]

February 10th