Browsing the "Henry David Thoreau" Tag

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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

How to Meditate and Exercise by Connecting to Nature

By Mica D’Alesandro Wondering how to meditate and exercise? Walking outside is a great and fun way to exercise, untangle your mind, and connect your spirit to the natural world around you. From local parks to state parks, from warm beaches to snowy paths, from cliffs to waterfalls, there is always something to explore that’s […]

January 27th

Living Deliberately at Walden Pond

Yesterday, I visited Walden Pond. The sun was out, but it was still November and cold, cold, cold, cold. The type of day that makes you realize why New Englanders tend to be a little harder than those of us from California. But I welcomed the freezing wind because it drove the crowds away. I […]

November 26th