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How Do We Wake Up?: A Conversation with Mark Dubois

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February 13, 2017

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How Do We Wake Up?: A Conversation with Mark Dubois

I do know theres a miracle going on. We can tamp that down and be asleep, but I sense theres an intuitive knowing that something is wanting to be birthed through each of us.

- Mark Dubois -

How Do We Wake Up?: A Conversation with Mark Dubois

"Nature's subtleness changed me even when I wasn't aware of it. In retrospect, I feel sort of like an insensitive oaf who got to play in the fields of the Lord and had no idea where I was, except it made all of us smile. So even if we don't have language or recognition of it, my experience is that nature works through us." Today, few people know better, or feel more deeply, our essential connection with Nature and its miraculous gifts, than Mark Dubois. Read more about the journey of a man and deep lover of Nature, who captured national headlines in 1979 when he chained himself to the bedrock of a river canyon that was going to be dammed. { read more }

Be The Change

Find a place in nature. It doesn''t have to be pristine. Just stop and let yourself take it in. No texting. No doing. If you're still long enough the noise in your head will quiet down.

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