A Collection of Essays Edited by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
NOW AVAILABLE at spiritualecology.org
Showing the deep connection between our present ecological crisis and our lack of awareness of the sacred nature of creation, this series of essays from spiritual and environmental leaders around the world shows how humanity can transform its relationship with the Earth.Read More»
Includes talks by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, Hazel Henderson, William Irwin Thompson, David Spangler, Wendell Berry, Eileen Cady, and many others.
Yesterday was the Urs (anniversary of a Sufi master’s passing), and tomorrow is the birthday, of my father, Pir Vilayat Inayat-Khan (1916-2004). Among the many things for which he is remembered is his passionate love of sacred music.Read More»
Maybe we will see you at one of these special gatherings? We hope so. We also hope to see your friends — please help us tell others! Thank you!Read More»
Best known for her heroism as a clandestine Allied wireless radio operative in occupied Paris, Noor Inayat Khan had the distinction of being a published author of children’s poetry and stories in France when WWII upturned her future and led to her ultimate sacrifice in the cause of liberty.
Noor’s previously unpublished stories are presented here in new English translations alongside her original French language versions and her known English renditions.Read More»
As their project, the class cleared and marked an enchanting woodland trail, known as Jamil Loop, leading from Chair Factory Road (past the Abode farm and pond) to the Sanctuary atop Mt. Lebanon.Read More»
We have been born into a world that is fast changing. Never have so many men and women lived upon the earth. Never have men and women taken so much from the earth. The planet is groaning under the strain of our demands. Glaciers are melting, rivers turning toxic, rubbish heaping up, species vanishing—all that we may keep up a way of life that gives us happiness. But are we really happy?Read More»