St. Francis certainly demonstrated radical goodness when it came to understanding Holy Mother Nature and our connection to it. He loved all of nature from the trees to the sun, moon & stars, to the birds and the insects below and he would often call them brothers sun and sister moon. Francis of Assisi encouraged his listeners in this way: “first do what is necessary, then do what is possible, and before long you will find yourself doing the impossible.” We have all come from nature and shall return back to nature let us use nature by sustaining and nourishing all that nourishes us.
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