Too Late! Bankrupt! And Yet ….

“It’s too late,” she said. That was an 8-year-old answering the question: “What do you want to do about climate change?” I am trying to imagine what it’s like to come of age in a world like today’s.

The climate disasters pile up. They are not abating. Is she right? Is it too late?

April 2022 Jubileo: News & Updates

Want to see what the San Mateo Jubilee Circle is doing? Now you can. Short of traveling there, we invite you to a Virtual Trip, Saturday, June 18, 9 am-12 pm PST. In just three hours you can meet some of the members of the Jubilee Circle there and some of the people who participate in the activities of the Dan Swanson Centro Cultural—a kind of community center.

Church Experiences Taught Me God Is Love, But Not This

To be sure, “God is love.” It’s such a short phrase that a small child can learn it instantly. And it’s good theology, which is more than can be said for some short phrases learned in religious education…. Truth is, I learned the phrase much too early—before I could reflect on many of the profound meanings of this phrase. Before anyone could teach me that love is love, no matter the genders, nations, or species, and that where love is, God is there.

Our Food Choices Are Moral and Spiritual Choices

Key to all our actions to building a stronger OneEarth food system is being guided by the OneEarth Paradigm. Do our food decisions strengthen the OneEarth agriculture paradigm? The more times we can answer “Yes,” the more our actions are making a difference for Earth’s benefit and ours. Every time we need to answer “No,” we are reminded that we need to look for a different choice.