I have questions
about spiritual problems
with natural causes.
assume a metaphorical double-bind
Left with Right hemispheres
in Nature with Spirit bilateral dialogue
Informed, I hope,
by win/win historic experiential roots:
What has “nature v spirit” tension meant
in my life?
What have been my win/win
with natural Earth?
How has my relationship with nature
been a solitary
What are my poems,
that feel meaningful?
How do these communications
and/or include human beings
becoming compassioned within nature?
In my learned theology
are we spirits
or divinely inspired supernatural creatures
wanting to be raptured away from natural Earth?
Is Earth both an exterior natural
and interior spiritual potential
an EarthTribally cooperative Garden,
growing both spirit nurturing healthy truth
and nature healing wealthy beauty,
democratic health/wealth trust,
synergetically balancing democracy?
Do I sometimes feel hopeless,
and do I long to be able to feel warmth,
and belonging from Earth HerSelf?
Am I often confused and bewildered?
Do I wish I remembered
what eco/theo-logically harmonic clarity
might feel like?
Do I feel a distrust so deep
that I would need a win/win trust transplant,
a replanting revolution,
in order to ever feel faith
in anything again;
including my own ego/eco-identity?
Do I need acknowledgement of my original mortal life-line,
from win/lose natural beginnings
ending in inevitable loseEgo and loseEarth?
Was mortal self-identity
like a spirit v nature bomb
that destroyed my original win/win promise
born of Earth
and all of win/win rapturous humanity
in each timeless moment
of human nature’s spirited experience?
Do I need absolute guarantees
of win/win protection,
and restorative peace
After engaging this list of self-medications,
does climate resonance,
and externally natural,
feel lose/lose further apart
more cooperatively ego/eco-therapeutic?
Most questions above are adapted from two sources:
Justice On Earth Discussion Guide, by Gail Forsyth-Vail and Susan Lawrence, p. 14
Your Resonant Self, by Dr. Sarah Peyton, p. 177