This final segment of the walk will be followed by, on March 30, two weeks from now, one more blog, given to offer an ‘epilogue’, or an ‘aftermath--it has been about 4 months since the completion of the reflection on the walk.
Station #5- I leave the First Nations University of Canada to head home, via the University of Regina, a thirty minute journey for giving careful thought to ways in which my behavior could change. How can I turn painful awareness into personal discomfort so that I might discover what can be done about what is happening to, our common home? I take to heart the direction found in Pope Francis’ framework for change. Change means coming to see things differently, think differently, develop new processes of education and ways of worshipping that are more life-giving. The search is on—what new habits does the current situation call for? I need to be a part of that dynamic which eventually will help to bring about new policies that will address the...Read More