Aliveness, With Pleasure

…I think that each of us will be fully human only when we recognize the full Alive-ness of all Creation, and act on that recognition, when we learn to "speak to that of God in Everything," and to humbly admit our dependence upon that great Web we call Creation. Hear the words of Old Jack, an elderly farmer in one of Wendell Berry's novels:

…We are members of each other. All of us. Everything. The difference ain't in who is a member and who is not, but in who knows it and who don't. Lisa Lofland Gould, 1999

— Plain Living: A Quaker Path to Simplicity by Catherine Whitmire