One of Alfred’s specialties has always been his ability to recognize and describe our situation portrayed in nature. Here are excerpts from one of his letters, in which he makes comparisons between the human processes playing out with nature.
Out of Alfred’s Letter:
It’s me, worst case […]
So many of the process playing out all this time on both sides, can be observed in nature all the time. In the animal world. Here just a short list: Boa constrictor, bees, geese, ants, and worms. And the deep sea fish that lure their prey with a little lantern. No, I have not gone nuts! Oh, and squirrels. And Oak trees. And the weasel’s death dance. Continue reading