Despite our best efforts, separating ourselves from nature is a fruitless endeavor. So long as we are made primarily of carbon, we are nature. So long as we breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, we are nature.
As I sit down to write this post, I think my mood can be described best by the following: feeling a temptation towards philosophical musings of the sort that would come naturally to you if we were sipping Earl Grey tea surrounded by many leather bound books. And here we go….
The spoken word can be truly remarkable, with its potential to inspire and motivate buoyed by the multiplicity of forms which it can take.
[He takes a sip of tea, then realizes that sentence was one of the most uppity he’s ever written]
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