...perhaps it can be through creative expression of all kinds (Astin, 2002; Lipsett, 2001), walking (Butala, 2002), dance (Cancienne & Snowber, 2003), embodied attention (Bai, 2009), and various (other) forms of meditation and/or daily ritual that an inability to hear Earth's voices (Berry, 1988; Berry & Tucker, 2006) might be overcome. Perhaps dialogic research methods and research representations might help. So might the kind of attention that is supported by activities like the natural history journal (Fawcett & Russell, 2005).