Forms and Opportunities for Engaged Practice
There is a way to be a human being
that causes all life to thrive.
No small part of our challenge is the pervasive poverty of agency. How often do we hear, including from ourselves, “but I’m just one person”? Yet both Dharma and sociology disagree. Our words and actions matter so much and indeed they are all we have.
While we won’t be “saving” this Earth, our opportunity is to meaningfully respond. We can action that is deeply rooted, skillful, strategic, unattached to specific outcomes. We can speak in ways that actually help.
Opportunities for Engaged Practice
Featured Calls to Action
- Stop the Money Pipeline: Join the campaign to #DefundLine3
- Sacred People Sacred Earth: Sign the Statement to be presented to world leaders at COP26 in November 2021
- Faith-Climate Action Week: encourage your Sangha to turn towards and respond to the suffering of ecological crises April 16 – 25