New Year’s Clarity

By Lisa Meuser.   I’m not a big fan of New Year’s resolutions, but I do enjoy New Year’s clarity. New Year’s clarity? At the start of a year, I often connect with a word, a phrase, or an intention that is calling out for me to find clarity with. Hidden gifts always await as…

Climate Change

By Kristy Johnsson.   They march the articles out across our newsfeeds: pictures of the Statue of Liberty submerged in water up to her chest, horrifying headlines reading “Are humans going extinct?”, images of forests on fire. When I’m in a certain emotional space around this topic, I’ll sometimes walk outside and sit in the…

The Sceptical Art of Inquiry

By Fiona Robertson.   I read today that the ancient Greek word for ‘inquiry’ is skepsis, hence the word sceptical. Sceptical philosophers, from around the world in both ancient and modern times, have doubted our ability to know, either partially or completely. Their view is some variant of the idea that we can’t know anything…