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April 11, 2021

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Thirteen to One: New Stories for an Age of Disaster

There are eight million Shinto gods
who secretly travel this earth of ours.
These modest beings come to touch us.
They touch us. Then they wander on.

– Jorge Luis Borges –

Thirteen to One: New Stories for an Age of Disaster

“Whenever an earthquake strikes Japan, the myth of the giant catfish Onamazu reminds people that the living world is full of complex meaning. In the face of repeated natural disasters, Marie Mutsuki Mockett looks to her mother’s homeland to recall stories that could change our relationship with what we call ‘nature.'” { read more }

Be The Change

Is there a myth, legend or story that you carry in your heart that has helped shape your relationship to the world? If so, share it with someone today.

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