Terry Tempest Williams, one of our nations most beloved writers, is a naturalist, conservationist, and passionate free speech advocate. She has testified before Congress about womens health, camped in remote wildernesses, worked as a barefoot artist in Rwanda, and been arrested in anti-war civil disobedience actions. Currently a scholar at the University of Utah, her many great classics include: Refuge and Finding Beauty in a Broken World.
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Look at your mind nakedly.
You won't see anything, cause there is nothing to see (hee! Hee!) Milarepa