As fields turn into "lots," lots into subdivisions, suburbia into urban sprawl - how to we reestablish our connection with nature? Through our dreams.
- By James Inabinet
- Photos courtesy Pexels and Pixabay
In the last Nature Notes, I introduced the idea of ecosystems as organisms, that an ecosystem might be more “highly organized, internally connected organism” than “random collection of beasts.” In this view, habitats become organs; organisms become cells. Just as an “organizing principle” connects and organizes a body’s cells [i.e., human soul], a pattern connects and organizes a forest’s living creatures [i.e., forest soul].
- by James Inabinet, Ph.D.