Prihdom: the desire to be set free while at the same time being afraid of the consequences. From Indo European roots: prih (pri) – to love, [Middle English fre, from Old English frēo. V., from Middle English freen, from Old English frēon, to love, set free; see prī- in Indo-European roots.] prī- / Indo-European roots: … Continue reading Prihdom
There is a real need for new concepts in the English language that help us understand the vital relationship between our physical environment and our mental states. We need a new conceptual ecology to remember and reunite that which we have almost forgotten. Our appreciation of nature, for many city-based and urban citizens, is now … Continue reading Caretaking a new Landscape of the Mind (2011 for Ingenius)
From Earth Emotions: The Third and Last War: The Emotional War between Terraphthora and Terranascia. Warfare has been part of the human condition since recorded history. The origins of the word 'war' have meanings connected to states of confusion and being 'mixed-up'. I can see the relevance of 'war' at a time in history where, … Continue reading Symbiosis is life, Dysbiosis is death.