Myke Johnson

Myke Johnson smiles at her open palms, on which sits a chickadee.

Rev. Myke Johnson is a Unitarian Universalist minister and earth activist in Portland, Maine, practicing and teaching ecological spirituality. She holds a Master of Divinity from Chicago Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Episcopal Divinity School. She is the author of Finding Our Way Home: A Spiritual Journey into Earth Community, and also blogs on spirituality and ecology at Finding Our Way Home.

From Myke Johnson

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Braver/Wiser

In the Midst of Powerlessness
From Braver/Wiser
The dream—of a whole society rooted in cooperation and mutuality, in care for all of its people—feels lost in a nightmare of empire.

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Sacred Trees and Resurrection
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“The favoured method of showing the supremacy of the Christian belief was the destruction of the holy trees of the Germans....
Spiritual Theft
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Non-Indigenous people who seek to reconnect with the earth must be wary of the dangerous problem of spiritual theft....
All Water Is Connected
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In our water ritual, we bring water from the places we live or the places we may have visited and pour it in one container. All of the water mixes...
Thanksgiving as a Day of Mourning
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In 1617, a few years before English settlers landed, an epidemic began to spread through the area that became southern New England. It likely came from...
A False Story of Discovery
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Every October and November in the United States, we find ourselves in a season of false and misleading stories about European settlers and Native...
Giving Thanks and Exploring Suffering
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It is always good to give thanks! All that we have is a gift from life: our food, our relationships, our shelter from the cold....
Wounds From Our Fathers
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Each of us has gifts and wounds from those who fathered us. This is inevitable; even the best fathers in the world disappoint their children sometimes.
Fathering Words
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I invite you into a period of quiet meditation. Close your eyes if you wish, and get comfortable in your seat....

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