Happy Earth Day 2018!
As we think about our earth and how we can live sustainably, feel free to reflect theologically what it means to be in “Planetary Solidarity”.
Below is an @Table for Feminist Studies in Religion Blog. I am resharing and reblogging it for Earth Day. Please do share it.
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Excerpt adapted from Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit (Palgrave, 2013)
The gap between the rich and the poor
One of the problems the Western world is facing today is how to live a life so that all of humanity can flourish and not just a select few wealthy people. With so many factors contributing to the deteriorating of the planet and the livelihood of people all around the globe, this question of conscientious living needs to be addressed if there is going to be any justice and equality in this world. Continue reading
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This is a repost of my latest column for Ethicsdaily.com.
Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s book “Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit.”
We live in a global economy where we affect people in poor lands as directly as we affect the poor within our own country, and we are unaware of our culpability. Continue reading
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This is my third book. Each book was a struggle to write. In my struggle, this short book on globalization, ecology and sustainability has become very important to me. Now that this book will be released later this month, I am very excited about how it will contribute to such a growing literature of eco-justice and Spirit.
This is such a crucial topic for our time as it affects our livelihood, flourishing and our future existence on this planet earth. I hope that you will also be as passionate about taking care of each other and the earth. I hope to hear some feedback on my book from you all. Continue reading
This is my latest column for Ethicsdaily.com
I had such a terrible flu that I had no idea that snowstorm Nemo was predicted. However, when it hit, everyone in its path knew that Nemo was here.
That path was similar to the track Hurricane Sandy took just a few months ago. So those who were devastated by the hurricane were also snowed in by Nemo. Continue reading
My latest column for EthicsDaily.com.
Major weather pattern changes should be alarming news to everyone.
Anne Thompson, NBC News’ chief environmental affairs correspondent, recently reported that our average global temperature has increased by 1 degree Celsius and almost 2 degrees Fahrenheit over the past century. Continue reading