The Ancient Presence of Nature Puts Our Intense University Discussions About Oppressed Groups into Wider Perspective
"I wonder why we never include the natural world in our intense college discussions about oppressed groups? After all, Nature has been around a lot longer than we humans have, and so should have at least as many rights as we do. If we recognized that fact, maybe we'd take ourselves a little less seriously."
Robbie Tesar, M.A.
Naropa University graduate
Ah, Robbie - where are you when we need you? You would hardly recognize your old alma mater now. Oh well, I guess you're off having the time of your life doing seemingly constant fishing near your home in Steamboat :)
Photos: Hikers in the Great Sand Dunes (CO); Rock art from Rio Grande Canyon at Wild Rivers National Scenic Area (NM); Robbie fishing near Steamboat Springs, CO
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Stephen Hatch, M.A. is a spiritual teacher and photographer from Fort Collins, Colorado. His approach is contemplative, inter-spiritual, and Earth-based.