Joan Cerio welcomes author Pepper Lewis who will share her wisdom about the earth.
Are we keeping up with how quickly the earth seems to be changing? Is it just climate or are we missing the bigger point? Should we have our individual/collective ear to the ground instead of the clouds or up in space? How do we stay organically connected with the earth and also relevant to what we see all around us? How "active" do we have to be to say we really, really care?
Where are we, as a human race, on the "spiritual but not religious" scale? Have we shifted enough? Not enough? Too much? What does the phrase really mean? Has science made religion irrelevant for some, or did religion push an agenda too far? How does this reflect in our relationship with the earth?
Pepper Lewis, beloved by many, is often called "a wise woman of the earth." Pepper is the author of five books, dozens of media programs, and a rich legacy of work in the field of personal development. She is widely recognized for her contribution to the redefinition of contemporary spiritual life. Her wisdom is refreshing, accessible and relevant. Pepper's web site is https://pepperkeenlewis.com.