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2015年4月14日星期二

Creatures in the Same Forest


图片取自 Saskyong's Blog

  In the South American rainforest, there is a tribe called the Desana, who see the world as a fixed quantity of energy that flows between creatures. Every birth must therefore engender a death, and every death bring forth another birth. This way, the energy of the world remains complete.

  When they hunt for food, the Desana know that the animals they kill will leave a hole in the spiritual well. But that hole will be filled, they believe, by the souls of Desana hunters when they die. Were there no men dying, there would be no birds or fish being born. I like this idea. Morrie likes it, too. The closer he gets to good-bye, the more he seems to feel we are creatures in the same forest. What we take, we must replenish.

  "It's only fair," he says.

Tuesday with Morrie, P141
Mitch Albom
ISBN 978-0-7515-2981-4

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