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... world view considers this a naive epistemological error. If I see spiritual presences out in the world--as if the world is communicating with me in some purposeful way, as if it is laden with meaning-rich symbols--then I am projecting human realities onto the nonhuman world. This is childish and immature, intellectually primitive, delusory, and needs to be outgrown.
In the modern world view, then, the human self is seen as the exclusive repository of ...
... walking a little in the busy streets, we got to the main square (plaza mayor), then found a place to have lunch... Starter was avocado filled with vegetables, my main meal (salcochado - boiled meat and vegetables with a side of broth) was so huge I couldn't even finish half of it - and felt so bad about it! I also tried Heather's tacu tacu (rice and other things) which was really good! We went to Museum Bodega with excavated ...
... phone, but with a bit of wriggling I managed to get it to work and then I was connected again! Amazing! Well not before the guy had to spend about 10 minutes calling all sorts of numbers and logging onto different websites and sending different texts off. All in Spanish. No way in the world I could have figured it all out myself!! My hero :)
Anyway, that was a lot of time spent writing about a sim card!! On to the more interesting things.
I wandered ...
... way but it's hard not to think about it. Our world is just that much larger and we get bored so much more easily. And when I think back to the kids I saw racing cardboard boxes on string and having a ball doing it, I just think if only it was still like that here.
Still. All said and done I've made it! Finally back in the UK (definitely in need of a shower and a bed) ready for a few days at home before I start part 2 in Africa, and I can't ...