Where is Our Fruit?

Thoreau captures so perfectly the philosophy inherent within the changing of the seasons. From his journal, here he elucidates a sense of urgency that rings true as I enter my 43rd August. What means this sense of lateness that so comes over one now,–as if the rest of the year were down-hill, and if we… Continue reading Where is Our Fruit?

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Recognizing Zebras and Wildebeests

On the plains of the Serengeti zebras often stick close by wildebeests. The two animals seem like an odd pairing with their contrasting colors and non-matching body shapes, but they are frequently seen traveling together in one massive herd. There’s a good reason for this conspicuous friendship. They have a symbiotic relationship in that they… Continue reading Recognizing Zebras and Wildebeests

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