A Journey of Reconnection

In my previous article, I told the story of a moth and of a butterfly. Both were in a process of struggle and metamorphosis; one broke free, one stayed blind. I used these examples because we tend to understand the world through symbols; metaphors are useful doorways into our psyche.

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Learning Journeys | Ecological Literacy | Author, poet, wilderness guide | Investor | Co-founder Atlas Unbound, Ground Effect (alexafirmenich.com)

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Learning Journeys | Ecological Literacy | Author, poet, wilderness guide | Investor | Co-founder Atlas Unbound, Ground Effect (alexafirmenich.com)

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