The natural world is a wise teacher in helping us cultivate a more soulful nature within. But how can we hear this still, small voice in our noisy culture? It requires a spiritual practice of listening attentively to nature and being good stewards of the earth. The wild also calls us to risk discomfort — physical and spiritual — in order to reap the deeper qualities of soul. Are we willing to venture forth?
Rev. Jennifer DeBusk Alviar is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who received her M.Div. degree at Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley, California. She is a community bridge-builder in the broadest sense. Her ministry encompasses public speaking, writing, religious education, interfaith dialogue, retreat facilitation, volunteer service and youth leadership. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and daughter.
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