Time to breathe

Cokinos, Christopher
May 2009
High Country News;5/25/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p25
An essay is presented on the things that offer satisfaction to mankind, the relation between human and death and science and religious faith. Having the chance to experience and be part of the ecosystem seemed to be the core experience of man. People have all the freedom to experience the openness of the nature around them without limitations. Everybody is not fond of death because of the great shelter the Earth offers.


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