“To live in healthy integration with habitat is to have access to its spiritual resources. Psychological distances between various races and cultures would diminish if the spiritual distance between people and habitat were closed. This does not mean a romantic reversion to the past; humans have yet to develop ideal ways of living harmoniously with each other and this Earth. Rather, it is a challenge to creativity, awareness, and vision. The return that needs to be made is not to some imagined primitive utopia, but to a renewed priority of spiritual alignment. From that shift would emerge a collective yet diverse ceremonial expression, just as the many directions of the medicine wheel emanate from a shared center.” — Loren Cruden. “Coyote’s Council Fire”, p.16

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