from ClimateCultures

a review of Robert Bringhurst and Jan Zwicky’s recent book, Learning to Die: Wisdom in the age of climate crisis by film-maker James Murray-White @sky-larking

A captivating and challenging read urgeing the cultivation of human virtues in a time of crisis and the rejection of lazy thinking.

This pocket-sized book arrived randomly, appealing to my curiosity with ominous images of two skulls on its cover — with a glowing blurb from Margaret Atwood, speaking of “truth-filled meditations about grace in the face of mortality”. Learning to Die has set my mind on fire, and its moral questioning and truth-telling project will rumble deeply on within me.

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