Mark Wallace’s new book, When God Was A Bird, represents a well-intentioned first step along the path towards Christian animism. Unfortunately, it is the same first step that Christians have been taking for hundreds of years. Can they do better? …maybe.
“Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized.”
The lines we draw around the sacred earth can cut us right down the middle.
When we embrace choice, we shift our focus from loss to enjoyment, from separation to engagement. Every choice is a new opportunity.
When faced with a decision, we are practically obsessed with separation and loss. When we embrace choice, we shift our focus from loss to enjoyment, from separation to engagement. To choose is to express not only our freedom, but also our joyful and sensual embodiment in the world. Every choice is a new opportunity.
An animist is never alone, not really. But how does that help an introvert?