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Radical Joy for Hard Times

Radical Joy for Hard Times

Jul 22, 2013-- Have you ever loved a place that isn't there anymore? Maybe you had an unkempt field made for exploring, or a patch of woods that was as familiar as your front door and then a fire, flood or bulldozers wiped it away. Trebbe Johnson, founder of "Radical Joy for Hard Times" explores the loss of natural spaces and how we can give back in order to help heal the earth and our own personal cuts and bruises. "Very often people will react to places that are burned or mined or somehow damaged," says Johnson, "and it will trigger something in their own psyches that has been damaged and needs to be repaired, needs to be healed. And they'll spend a lot of time on that. The coal mine or the tree struck by lightning issues an invitation to examine their own lives in a way that's very different from therapy or reading a book or thinking rationally." (17676 reads)

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Take ActionFind a part of nature that may be scorched, scarred, or no longer there. Remember why you loved it and what made it beautiful, or just walk around and let your thoughts wander. Maybe you'll find some healing, or learn something along the way.

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