Not long after the guns of the Civil War fell cold in the 1860s, John Muir opened a notebook and inscribed his name on the frontispiece. “John Muir, Earth-Planet, Universe,” he wrote, situating himself as firmly as any of us may hope to do so. And then he started walking, a thousand miles or so,… Continue reading Muir’s Notebooks: Thinking and Working in the Age of Distraction
We could fill up *two* Vietnam Veterans Memorials so far with the names of Americans killed by coronavirus. The wall at the Memorial spans 18 years, however. The 115,000 people dead as of tonight's count left us in less than six months. We will grieve this for generations.
https://vimeo.com/399510766 A one-minute video for the nature-deprived. Filmed this morning at Natural Bridge Historic State Park in Leon County, Florida.
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"Stop all your hankerings; let the mildew grow on your lips; make yourself like unto a perfect piece of immaculate silk; let your one thought be eternity; let yourself be like the dead ashes, cold and lifeless; again let yourself be like an old censer in a deserted village shrine!" - Sekiso