"There will always be something worth fighting for and something worth fighting against. That's the drama of the human condition. That's what makes life so interesting, and so entertaining, and so full of laughs - the fighting, the struggling, the friction. I don't really want to live in a peaceful utopia. From a personal point of view, the world we live in is just fine with me. Because there are so many things to laugh at and laugh about, so many things to admire and love, and so many things to despise. it's an ideal world for a writer, for anybody whose emotions are alive, for anybody who wants something to think about and talk about."
Photos: Great Sand Dunes, Hewlett Burn, Coyote in Rocky Mountain National Park, 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.