The Secret to Superhuman Strength explores losing your self, as the Buddha recommended. Exercising your body can push your self, with all its worries and pride and inconvenient coding, out of the way. (CBC)
“I served my apprenticeship and have since done considerable journeywork in the huckleberry field. Though I never paid for my schooling and clothing in that way, it was some of the best schooling that I got and paid for itself.
“Huckleberries,” p. 26”
Classic, weird 1975 video artifact. Make of it what you will.
Uses a science fiction device of time-travel to present the thought of Henry David Thoreau. Stages a visit between Thoreau and four present-day distinguished personages (David Brower, B. F. Skinner, Rosa Parks, Elliot Richardson), set in his cabin at Walden Pond.
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But don’t excuse him either, Michelle Nijhuis says: “In reexamining the limitations of its icons, the conservation movement has a chance to broaden its own vision.” (The Atlantic)