Nobody could have predicted that same sex marriage would become the law of the land in the entire United States—at least not this fast. Just two decades ago, it was unimaginable—and then, an idea was born. Or so we are told.
In an attempt to circumvent enmity toward GMO foods, Danish scientists are proposing a precision breeding technique called “rewilding.” The name sounds harmless, even restorative, and rewilding is exactly what we need, but not through genetic modification.
Rational thinking prevents us from becoming involved in nature. But when we do become involved, we sense something of the unlimited reservoir of blessing and knowledge that has been available to us all along.
We speak of geologic time as if it is an anomaly, as if human constructed time were more normal, more real. The opposite is true. The rhythms of the earth are real time, or the real timing with which we should concern ourselves with.