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17 thoughts on “A NEW STORY”

  1. I had no idea, Danny–but am delighted to discover–that you were/are a student of Thomas Berry. I was recently introduced to his work thanks to a “New Story” group associated with the (Quaker) Friends Meeting at Cambridge Mass., and am glad to have his language as a frame for my own search.

    As someone who has recently left his career in favor of learning how to be an activist on behalf of the climate, who also has decades of experience with (Buddhist-influenced) meditation, I love the term “contemplative ecologists.” I look forward to the dialogue that may emerge here. Thanks for sparking it and providing a platform.

    1. Grady, I too love the idea of ‘contemplative ecologists’. This week I’m with the health world in Philadelphia – Jefferson – where a comparable term surfaced: contemplative activists. I think there is a realization that we need to come out of a deep place if we are to respond in a creative way to the challenges of our day..

  2. Thank you for this fine reflection on the need for a “new” story which catches up by my understanding the best of former integrating stories, including the Exodus narrative. Thomas Berry represents for the spiritual life what Rachel Carson represents for the scientific mind, the canary in the cage.

  3. Beautifully written! But what would T. Berry have said in the face of world leaders (in government but also in business to a significant degree) who view the world as a fight between winners and losers? Of course I’m referring to one ignorant narcissist in particular, but let’s not pretend he is alone. Germany for example has been pushing their own “Germany first” approach to the economic crisis that has gripped Europe and possibly will see the disintegration of the EU, even if we laud their early leadership on the refugee crisis. This worry increases when the growing turbulence of the transition we are in as you say, feels like a threat to our security. We all have an easier time sharing our food and water in a context of abundance than when we feel under threat. Gangs are the natural response to a context of threat.

    1. John, you touch on painful realities. Winners and losers reminds me of an ‘eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth’ that makes for a blind and toothless world… Yo are right about it being easier to share in a context of abundance. Of course, that may not last….

  4. Dear Danny, you introduced me to the Thomas Berry “New Story” twenty plus years ago. For that I am grateful.
    I even had the exciting opportunity to be in his presence, when he gave a powerful key note presentation at the United Nation’s Millennium World Peace Summit in August of 2000.
    Thomas Berry made the New Story relevant in my life, and now helps in the anguish that my adopted country America has withdrawn from the Paris accord.
    His New Story will reverberate with me also when next week I will be part of a three day intensive “Ministry in the Time of Climate Change” at the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary in NYC, and his message will strengthen my onward fight for a sustainable world for our children’s children.

    1. Keep up the good fight Hans. And let us know what comes out of the theological world. I had my own experience many years ago with the UN sponsored Environmental Sabbath when the churches and mosques were not ready for the implications of the environmental challenge. Berry used to say that these institutions – religion and perhaps the academic world – will be the last to change since they believe they possess the revealed truth…

      1. The Event at Union was great. I am certainly all fired up. There were 40+ participants and 15 presenters including Al Gore, who gave a powerful 2 hour presentation. He will have a new film out in July.
        I plan to incorporate some of his material in a an Eco event at CF August 20. Would love to have you be part of it?

  5. Dear Brother Danny–
    How well you’ve summarized Brooks’s op. ed piece. in NYT, which was itself a summary of a George Packard lecture he’d heard, plus some of his own insights.(BTW, I read Packer’s “The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America a couple of years ago and it’s a highly readable backdrop to this conversation). And, now, of course, you introduced your singular mentor, Thomas Berry–a just-in-time move if ever there was one.
    What I’m hoping will get dialed in along the way is a conscious choice to steer away from the focus on Trump as an unfit president( we all know this already) and a broader search for an inclusive New Story that gives voice to the anguish of most of his base –the losers in the politics and policies of the past 40 years.We know the GOP disdains working and poor people; now they’ve gone after the middle class. Still, for a time, they put on a good show of caring about the environment(Nixon and following generation) and this bought them air cover .
    Now, the gloves are off; no more Mr. Nice Guy. Fine. We get it. But how about the Dems? Where were they when those same people , “from the coal mines of Kentucky to the California sun..” were having their jobs shipped out, their wages cut in half, their unions busted, their homes foreclosed, their schools segregated, their health care denied, their food stamps cut? Any story going forward must take into account not just a concern for climate and our environment, but for the well being of our fellow humans from every walk of life–whatever their politics or cosmology. Only then can we ever hope to forge a New Story, –one truly worthy of the human spirit.
    Thanks for all you do to stimulate and facilitate this dialogue.
    Thomas

    1. Real politics for me would be about convening the conversations that would generate and surface a new common story. Neither party in our country has shown themselves able to transcend their certainties in order to step into something bigger that can hold us all.

  6. Such a meaningful reflection, Danny – many thanks for articulating some of the current realities we face with some sense of hope! I will never forget reading Thomas Berry’s “The Dream of the Earth” for the first time, and feeling so profoundly transfixed by everything he was saying – and then the privilege -through you – of actually meeting him!! Bad as things were environmentally in the 90’s 7 early 200o’s, I don’t think he could have fully imagined the political darkness of these times. The TBFED is a bright light for our hearts to hold against the headlines & outrages of each day’s news, however, I do think we’re witnessing fresh sightings of the “power & wisdom” of the underground streams that connect us all….However, the existential question remains: all of life, as well as the Earth & our children’s & grandchildren’s futures, are held in a mystifying balance, with no secure outcome assured at this point!

    1. Thanks Sue. TBFED will be convening a forum in November (11th) to address the challenge of ‘learning to live in the Anthropocene’ (this era of human domination which threatens to destroy not only the earth but ourselves along with it. I’ll keep you posted…

  7. Dear Danny; A few of your lines seem to hit at the crux of it; “Berry suggests that we humans are the universe come to a self-reflective mode. The universe becomes aware of itself in us. This would suggest that our role – our great work – is to develop this self-awareness on behalf of the universe…………. ” Yes, and while we must help the planet of which we are an integral living part in this universe, it seems that a higher evolution of daily consciousness within us is the royal path and challenge.
    Thanks for this remembrance, as always,

    1. Thanks Peter. Deepening our own self awareness is clearly critical to any effort to address the challenges we all face in the world we share and are part of (we all live in the same soil/water/culture). It certainly gives me courage to continue my own small efforts knowing that I – along with all of us – am the universe in a self reflective mode. It’s what Thomas Berry called ‘The Great Work’ of our times and perhaps of our species….
      Danny

  8. It has been so encouraging & thought-provoking to read the “Reply-er” comments from other kindred spirits that followed your incisive reflection, Danny, that I hope I can be forgiven for adding a 2nd comment to this thread: I’ve been thinking so much about why more people don’t connect powerfully at the heart level with Thomas B.’s (& other visionaries) message about the critical need – especially now – for “A New Story??!!” We have all the scientific evidence and the incredible images from the NASA explorations to be awed everyday by the miracles which surround us, yet enough of us don’t get it. In re-reading TB’s “Dream of the Earth”, and his Great Work,” for the upteenth time, it became crystal clear to me that his language is calling out for a new 21st c. interpretation with pictures/images/music to reach the hearts of more people. In nonprofit fundraising, one of the core principles is “to connect the heart to the checkbook” – grab people at the cellular level with fewer words, more photos, images to make the cause come alive & resonate personally with potential donors. We need to move all the nations of the world beyond small-story nationalism to catalyze a deep “biophilia” for our shared humanity and the only Home Planet we know!!! This seems impossible, however I always remember my father’s story from his WWII days aboard Navy aircraft carriers: a battleship is turned by a (relatively) small lever that attaches to the huge steering mechanism and that provides the power to turn the entire ship. So it doesn’t have to be all 6B people on the planet who “get it” about changing course – just enough of us to be “the lever” to drive he power for the changes that are needed!

    1. Yes Sue, it IS about reaching the heart; it’s about falling in love with life and the world. Of course, people in love have not REASONED themselves into love. Rather change – like love – begins with a deep experience; what the experience means in itself and what it means for me comes afterwards. This applies to nations as well as individuals: one way to move nations towards ‘biophilia’ is the example of Bhutan, the little kingdom in the Himalayas that declared a shift to ‘Gross National Happiness’ as the foundation and goal of their efforts. Focusing on this rather unusual – but heart-centered – goal of course requires attention to all of the dimensions of happiness that include a healthy environment, the rights of all species and the particular responsibilities of some. It also includes collaborating with other nations to ‘allow’ the conditions that enable them to foster their own GNH. Perhaps Bhutan is the small lever your father spoke of…
      Danny

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