Beloved Taos singer-songwriter Becky Reardon and Florida writer/naturalist Susan Cerulean will blend their art forms in lyrical homage to wild birds, and the Earth, with prayer for their continuance.
Susan Cerulean’s I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird: A Daughter’s Memoir (2020) trains a naturalist’s eye and a daughter’s heart on the death of a beloved parent from dementia. At the same time, she explores an activist’s lifelong search to be of service to the embattled natural world, especially to declining wild birds.
Becky Reardon’s songs celebrate and explore our relationship with the natural world and our place in it. Her latest album, Here, reminds us to speak not only for endangered rivers, but for all beings whose flowing is threatened. And her song “Earthly Orphans” is inspired by Albert Camus’ philosophy that in the absence of God, we find our meaning in our common humanity and in loving one another.
This program will be in lieu of a Sharing Circle.
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