Any close observation of the Law of Nature must include Nature in its entirety ...On March 2, 2017 / By Matthew Zylstra
Backyard birds: boring or best friends for bird language beginners? ...On November 19, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
Announcing the iBook release of an evocative journey into nature connectedness. ...On April 22, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
Can we allow animals to have a meaningful human experience? ...On January 9, 2015 / By eyes4earth
Does the weather influence when and why humpback whales breach? ...On December 16, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
Does this description ring true for you? Do you get a feel for what these profound experiences are like? ...On October 22, 2014 / By eyes4earth
A scientific review article of nature connection and its implications for conservation education and practice. ...On October 9, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
A sensory animal tracking exercise becomes an unexpected spiritual experience... ...On September 3, 2014 / By eyes4earth
The ability to focus attention on nature is vital for sustainability and human health and well-being, writes Matthew Zylstra ...On August 29, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
A reliance on our eyes as our primary sense organ inhibits our engagement with environmental issues and our connection ...On April 22, 2013 / By Matthew Zylstra
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The idea that animals can convey meaning, and thereby offer an attentive human being illumination, is a commonly held belief the world over. The view is disparaged and disputed only by modern cultures with an allegiance to science as the sole arbiter of truth. The price of this conceit, to my way of thinking, is enormous.
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