Relational Ethics by Nicholas Haney

Today I want to expand more on many of the points I raised in the first part of this series here. I want to dig deeper into the nature of interpersonal relationships, and the very real and practical applications of how this shapes our lies.

In the first part of this series, I spent a fair amount of time on the idea of the Cosmic Web, and talking about cosmology in a very wide sense. For this piece, I really want to bring this down to a much more personal level.

Animism as I envision it is all about (re)shaping, (re)building, and maintaining relationships, between each other and in the grand Cosmic Web of things. We exist in a deeply interconnected and integrated reality, with filaments of relationships connecting all things and all people together.