In "Love Will Guide Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Go for a walk in your designated location. Look for signs of decaying life that feeds other life, such as rotting logs or fallen leaves. Look for creatures that help with decomposition, such as insects. Explain that the minerals, energy, and nutrients in the dead plant and animal life get recycled back into the Earth. They create rich soil that other life needs to grow and thrive.
Gather in a circle to debrief, with questions such as:
Choose a walk site that is accessible to everyone who might be part of the group.
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