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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jun 22

On 2 June, I travelled down to London to attend one of those unusual events that somehow manage to be at once an embodiment of the stereotypical idea of what… View Post The post Reasons to Be Jubilant appeared first on Areo.

On 2 June, I travelled down to London to attend one of those unusual events that somehow manage to be at once an embodiment of the stereotypical idea of what… View Post The post Reasons to Be Jubilant appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Feb 19

Photo by Colton SturgeonOnce upon our time, our distant ancestors were animists who believed in the innate divinity of all things.Spirit was a property of matter, and all things possessed it: not just plants and animals but also rocks, clouds, lakes, wind, places, and every natural thing and process. I said all things possessed spirit, but that isn’t quite what the original animists believed. Spirit was not something separate from matter, to be possessed or not. Matter was inherently spiritual.As the human realm gradually separated from the natural (in perception if not in reality), we began to separate spirit from matter. The …

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Photo by Colton SturgeonOnce upon our time, our distant ancestors were animists who believed in the innate divinity of all things.Spirit was a property of matter, and all things possessed it: not just plants and animals but also rocks, clouds, lakes, wind, places, and every natural thing and process. I said all things possessed spirit, but that isn’t quite what the original …

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