Rainy Day Writing

Writing, Reading, Inspirations and Aspirations

Quote for July 4, 2015

It is time for us to take off our masks, to step out from behind our personas–whatever they might be: educators, activists, biologists, geologists, writers, farmers, ranchers, and bureaucrats–and admit that we are lovers, engaged in an erotics of place. Loving the land. Honoring it’s mysteries. Acknowledging, embracing the spirit of place–there is nothing more legitimate and there is nothing more true.  {Terry Tempest Williams, 1994, An Unspoken Hunger}

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