It was cold, so this great gratitude would fill me every time the sun finally came out. I actually began bowing to it. It was amazing. The gratitude filled me so viscerally that I would just bow to the sun. Oh, thank you. --Adam Campbell

A Taste For Life: Adam Campbell

A Taste For Life: Adam Campbell

Feb 2, 2013-- Every now and then, if you're lucky, you run across someone like Adam Campbell. In this interview he shares one key insight after another. "If you think about a city, almost every single thing that you see is artificial. It's created in the minds of men and women and is a projection of our own ideas. And there is a great paucity of imagination there. Everything is in straight lines. Everything has "organization" to it. I'm not saying that we're not natural. I'm just saying we've created a world that has given us a false sense of understanding of how patterns operate in the world. So the world that we create, recreates us. And it's a very strange existence we live in now, and we don't realize it's strange. We adapt to it. It lives and breathes us." Meet a contemporary Thoreau. (4709 reads)


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