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... away from his cart to join in.
Their desire to welcome a stranger like me into their group is typical of the people here. We accepted each other and became friends immediately. No Republican or Democrats. No Conservatives or Liberals. No labels Just people.
I wish so many of my American friends would take a hint from these guys. Labels and hatred only divide. Friendship and acceptance brings people together.
... soul is the essence of the seed waiting to be cracked open by the pressure of growth and the inevitable pains of life. The specific struggles and surprises of youth are the twists of fate through which the seeded story seeks to unfold and reveal itself. Such an awakening inside requires an outside drama that can match the intensity and innate style of the individual soul.
While many believe that young people take great risks because they feel immortal, youth is ...
... floor contains a wooden boat with steps approximately ten feet up to the living quarters. I actually visited Belen market twice. The first time with a Frech dude who bore a remarkable similarity to Brazil's David Luiz, and therefore Sideshow Bob from the Simpsons.
On the first visit it had been raining just before we entered the market. The place stank of rotting meat and rotting fruit. The walkways between the stalls were covered in a layer of sludge that splattered your ...
... the brain with it while we are dreaming. There's a lot more to be said about this medicine, but for the sake of brevity, I’ll leave it at that and invite you to do further research if you’re interested.
Ayahuasca was the main reason I was in the Amazon. Here, I would be staying at a retreat run by the master shaman, Don Lucho. Four ceremonies over seven days. Joining me would be eleven other inquisitive souls from around the globe.
Upon arriving ...
... and the family you live in, cannot provide sanctuary.
Institutions, say their political philosophers, are better at creating marching orders for the human race than families are, therefore they should no longer be expected to follow but should lead. Institutional leaders have come to regard themselves as great synthetic fathers to millions of synthetic children, by which I mean, to all of us. This theory sees us bound together in some abstract family relationship in which ...