‘We too groan in ourselves, eagerly waiting to live fully as daughters and sons of God.’

On the precipice of an environmental tipping point, what is hope? Frank Regan takes inspiration from Easter

‘Hope is not a wishful, wistful sigh that things will get better.’ | Photo: Alto Crew / Unsplash.

Tipping points are by their very nature difficult to feel and to perceive. We approach slowly, almost stealthily, until we feel something move beneath us. We advance gradually, passing the point until at last we see the new phenomenon or situation towards which we have been progressing.

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