I Need to Wake Up – Melissa Etheridge
Last Lonely Eagle – New Riders of the Purple Sage
Gardner – Rebecca Riots
Earth and Sun – Sharon Burch
Dragonfly – Ziggy Marley
Almost Like Praying – Lin-Manuel Miranda, feat. Artists for Puerto Rico
Wildlife – Nomad
Now That the Buffalo’s Gone – Buffy Sainte-Marie
Wind Spirit – Bill Miller
A Change Is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke
Evolution Revolution – Indigenous
Care for the Land – Eric Bogle
People Get Ready – Ladysmith Black Mambazo, feat. Phoebe Snow
After the Gold Rush – Neil Young
Solstice Prayer – R. Carlos Nakai
Hawai’i ’78 – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
Jambalaya (On the Bayou) – Fats Domino
This Little Light of Mine – Sweet Honey on the Rock
Freedom Road – The Blind Boys of Alabama
The Sky and the Dawn and the Son – Celtic Woman
The Four Legged Ones – Joanne Shenandoah
The Times The Are A-Changin’ – Keb’ Mo’
Whole World – Bobby McFerrin & Esperanza Spalding
Earth Children – Walela
New World Water – Mos Def
Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell
Globe All Warming – Niyorah
Shimmer, Prayer for Cleaning the Water – Joy Harjo
Mighty River – Mary Bilge
In the Water – Run River North
Water Is Life – Wanita Bird
Whose Garden Was This – Tom Paxton
Mother Earth, Our Mother Birthing – Jim & Jean Strathdee
Tag Archives: Earth Day
Perhaps it is the sun pouring through my window.
Perhaps it is because Wednesday was Earth Day.
Perhaps it is because our Gospel lesson for Sunday tells of what happened to two of Jesus’ disciples as they walked to Emmaus.
Perhaps it is having been inside (for most of the time – I have stepped outs on a few occasions when deliveries arrived and to take some mail to the mailbox) since March 18.
Probably it is a combination of all those factors and more.
I want to take my camera and go to a park and take photos.
No need for anyone to find my doctor’s phone number and call her.
I will stay in. I will stay in.
I might look out the window more frequently today.
And I will share one photo that makes me smile.
The pond at Morningside Park has turtles, among other creatures.
One day, I caught them doing yoga.
What walks do you remember?
What made you smile as you walked?
What fed your spirit? What nurtured your soul?
Where might you walk today – in real life or in your imagination?