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One Bite at a Time, Part 15
Pan on Planet Earth
Today, April 22, is Earth Day.

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Environmental issues often take a back seat to so many human crises. Today, we offer you a perspective from nature and a different way to think about what's happening around us.

It will help you to step out of the forest for a moment and consider the choices we face when relating to nature. And it reminds us of our place in the universe.

For our co-creative gardeners out there:
You already know, "it is not enough to move about the planet in a state of benevolent love for it." This message Machaelle shares from nature is an encouraging reminder of why you are taking the time to choose differently and learn this new way to garden.

For those who think you don't have a green thumb, or time/space to garden:
These words just might give you the push needed to try a partnership with nature, with one small pot of flowers or a single potted plant.

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Each of our co-creative gardens, no matter the size, gives us a concrete way to participate in "deep planetary change and universal movement."

Read and share this message with someone you know who would appreciate a new way to connect with nature.

From The Perelandra Garden Workbook  by Machaelle Wright, pages 244 – 248:

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