A spiritual odyssey
Lovely - but sadly always a dark side sits in readiness... I was reminded of Vandana Shiva’s wonderful work in India and beyond. It really is worth looking at her autobiography to see what can happen in these beautiful communities if we are not watchful - ‘My Life in a Biodiversity of Movements’ is both tragic and full of hope - but also a warning...
This an honest serenade to the beauty of realities that are vastly different than ours and yet intertwined with our shared sense of humanity. Thank you for writing this. What a delightful read!
Beautiful message. We are all human and being cherished and respected is more important than food and water for the human spirit. Years ago I read a book set in PNG, written by a woman who had lived there for a short time. The story was fascinating and I've always wondered how close to reality it was.
“People nurture the land and the land in turn fashions the prevailing communities.” Several lines struck with force in here, including this one. Such powerful observations, well narrated. Love the way this crescendoes at the end, too. Thank you for these thoughts. 🙏