The Wayfinders: Why Ancient Wisdom Matters in the Modern World - Part 3

Ideas

Peoples of the Anaconda: “There is no beginning and end in Barasana thought, no sense of a linear progression of time, destiny, or fate. Theirs is a fractal world in which no event has a life of its own, and any number of ideas can coexist in parallel levels of perception and meaning. Scale succumbs to intention. Every object must be understood…at various levels of analysis. A rapid is an impediment to travel but also a house of the ancestors, with both a front and a back door."

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