"And we live in a time of real urgency where we have to mine the insights of the past. I guess one way of saying it is, we have to learn to use the word “we” to include all of life on earth. We have to learn to experience that as a terrible and tender beauty. And shape everything we do to protect it."- Mary Catherine Bateson, in an interview with Krista Tippet, On Being, "Composing a Life"
Sunday, September 3, 2017
learning to use the word "we"
Photos by Don Morrissey .
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