Answering the Call of an Infinite Soul

The “human condition” has been a topic for philosophers, poets, and artists ever since Umlog first started drawing on the wall of his cave. Early cave drawings indicate that even cavemen were curious about their world and their life experiences. People throughout the ages have grappled with the paradox of living a finite existence while feeling the tug of an infinite soul within.

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Rusty Alderson

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Retired technologist — eschewing cubicles; observer extraordinaire; perpetual student; philosopher; poet; essayist; advocate for nature and wilderness.

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