2002-03: Gratitude and Greed

Volume 11: 2002-2003

Volume 11: 2002-2003What can we define as greed, and what is its source? Is greed a symptom of some deeper affliction? There may be responses to greed that are powerful enough to turn our focus in other directions. Do our literary or spiritual traditions support shifting our focus to gratitude? Does gratitude overcome greed, or do we simply use it to mollify our guilt? Contributors to this issue of Whole Terrain examine personal and professional responses to gratitude and greed as they relate to environmental practice.

Introduction

2002/2003 Introduction
Michael Wojtech

Poetry

  • The Next Customer
    Ethan Gilsdorf

Essays

  • The Give and Take of Wildcrafting
    Laird Christensen
  • Counting Coquinas
    April Newlin
  • Who Hears the Fishes When They Cry?
    Jonathan Schach
  • Seeing Through the Changes
    Heidi Watts
  • The Fisherman
    Peter Temes
  • The Disease of Appetite
    John H. Van Ness
  • Facing Our Relationship with Matter; The Art of Mierle Laderman Ukeles
    June LaCombe
  • Ecological Karma
    Paul Krafel
  • The Disease of Appetite
    John H. Van Ness
  • Ruins
    Charles Mitchell
  • Practicing with Greed
    Stephanie Kaza
  • A Conversation with Lewis Hyde
    Alesia Maltz
  • Fat with Frits
    Robert Michael Pyle

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