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My body returns, again and again to that quiet breathing, the life-giving sotto voce sigh, the light patter of sun and rain drizzling from the canopy. I cannot get enough of walking among the trees, their thoughtless, perfect love that holds, and lets me go. 3. The craft Oh sacred grove, now wounded, what can requite thy worth? Word, grooved with caring hand to word, a craft to bear us, earth to earth. ___________ DA N C E T O C R E AT I O N David Waltner-Toews is a veterinary epidemiologist, essayist, poet, and fiction writer.
___________ Ralph Milton is a retired writer and broadcaster whose career has taken him all over the world. He has written more than a dozen books, among them Angels in Red Suspenders, Julian’s Cell, and The Spirituality of Grandparenting. He has received two honorary doctorates and is a co-founder of Wood Lake Publications. Ralph is married to the Rev. Beverley Milton. They live in Kelowna, British Columbia, near their grandchildren in whom they delight. A Place in the World 36 N O RT H E R N L I G H T S Miss Morley’s Parrot ~ Hugh Cook ~ One of the defining moments of my life—frightening to me since I was only seven—occurred as I stood on a dock in the Coal Harbour waterfront of Vancouver, British Columbia, on February 28, 1950.
Pluralism is one of the reasons for this era’s dearth of spiritual conviction and abundance of credulity. As Canada’s greatest living philosopher, Charles Taylor, says in his 2007 book, A Secular Age, a few centuries ago it was almost impossible not to believe in God. Now it’s just one option among many, says Taylor, who has Catholic roots, and being religious exposes one to stigmatization. With no one religion dominating in Canada, except A P L AC E I N T H E WO R L D perhaps the civil “religion” of secularism, many people feel overwhelmed by all the isms that exist, from Buddhism to Judaism, libertarianism to consumerism, socialism to liberalism.
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