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Re-inhabiting the World

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September 5, 2021

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Re-inhabiting the World

Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.

– Gary Snyder –

Re-inhabiting the World

“The plants that grow out of pavements have a history longer than our own. Birds communicate their news in songs and calls. Insects tunnel their way through the earth. The clouds draw the geography of the sky and the stars speak the language of light. We are surrounded by a living and vibrant universe that we barely know, and that we rarely feel as our own.” In the following excerpt Fabiana Fondevila shares a glowing invitation to re-inhabit our world. { read more }

Be The Change

Make time today to renew your sense of belonging to the Earth.

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