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A wonderful reminder, and a thought provoking review of Noah. Thank you, Symbol Reader.
About Symbol Reader:
Life is a living book of symbols, a sacred text to be decoded. My blog’s themes meander through Jungian psychology, myth, symbolism, astrology, dreams, and the return of the sacred feminine.


“The word ‘nature’ derives from natura, a philosophical term derived from the verb for birth, whichwas used as a translation for the earlier Ancient Greek term phusus which was derived from the verb for natural growth, for example that of a plant.”


“Urban living has always tended to produce a sentimental view of nature. Nature is thought of as a garden, or a view framed by a window, or as an arena of freedom. Peasants, sailors, nomads have known better. Nature is energy and struggle. It is what exists without any promise. If it can be thought of by a man as an arena, a setting, it has to be thought of as one which lends itself as much to evil as to good. Its energy is fearsomely indifferent. The first necessity of life is shelter. Shelter against nature. The first prayer is for protection. The first…

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