More and more have deep thinking eco-theologians come to the conclusion that each religion is like a vital organ of the planet and that we for the planets sake need, each one of us, aim to stay alive and devout in the most healthy way we can manage.
This leads me not so much to offer answers as to raise questions. Therefore my contribution will be to raise questions - and they are all intertwined.
We have been habituated to find the easiest and most immediate answers so that we not stay in the anxiety of holding on to the question. The answers, easily available, don't work to stave off the impending disaster of our accelerating global dying. So what are some of the questions?
First: What ideas of cosmology do we have to have in order to approach the healing of the planet? Apparently the reality map we have at this time is not correct. Our sense of the direction to which the possible harmonious life matrix points demands that we change that map.
Creativity does not reside in the way we are imprisoned to repeat precedent. It is in daring - to be outrageous, to play with the least probable possibilities, the ones more weird and spiritual where we may find answers. These possibility forms dance before the mind's eye and from that vision there emerges an unexpected form with its creative proposal and therefore new way to understand and map reality.