Humans have a great capacity to nurture themselves, other beings, and all of nature. In this era of climate change, loss of biodiversity, and polarized political processes, many lack the resilience and tools to nurture themselves, let alone care for the many that need our urgent and focused presence. One way we can nurture ourselves and grow our compassion for ourselves and others is to develop our ecological intelligence through the practices of awe and wonder. Come take a virtual walk in the woods with Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner this morning, and perhaps, be surprised by wild joy.