Eco-spirituality is based in a fundamental belief in the sacredness of nature, Earth and the universe. Traditional eco-spirituality is as old as humanity and has been practiced by indigenous peoples since the begriming. Today's nondenominational ecospirituality as practiced on this website includes yet transcends traditional ecospirituality.
From the ecospiritual perspective, Ultimate Reality (God, Spirit, Buddha and/or the Divine,) is not just the source of creation it is very much also a part of creation; a part with which we can interact on a daily basis through our senses and from such experiences gain greater insight into the wonder of reality.
On a personal level, this inherent sacredness of nature generally leads to a spiritually motivated engagement in the current environmental crises of our planet (catastrophic climate destabilization/Job One for Humanity,) and a dedication to the justice and long view of a sustainable prosperity for all.
In this evolutionary theory of morality, asking ‘Why should we be moral?’ is like asking ‘Why should we be hungry?’ or ‘Why should we be horny?’ For that matter, we could ask, ‘Why should we be jealous?’ or ‘Why should we fall in love?’ The answer is that it is as much a part of human nature to be moral as it is to be hungry, horny, jealous, and in love.nike air max 1 release