Tag Archives: anthropocentrism

Wallabies remind me that humans are animals

Wallabies! What animals they are! We live on half an acre in a rural eco-village. The way the property is designed, we have “borrowed views” of lots of neighbouring land. And wallabies roam among the 45 properties at Jarlanbah. At … Continue reading

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A tiny possum by my bed

A Tiny Possum by My Bed: an extract from Into the Green Heart Living alone in an isolated spot brings many unexpected joys. One night, I awoke to an unfamiliar sound. Tucked tightly inside my mosquito net, I imagined myself … Continue reading

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Why is contact with Nature important?

My forthcoming book, Into the Green Heart, tells my story of communion and communication with Nature. Is that an important topic today? Haven’t people always communed with Nature? The answer is yes and yes. People have always communed with Nature … Continue reading

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