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Calling all Barefooter's

Hey guys! So as most of you know, a handful of years ago i started into a barefoot transition. Less my time in my office I generally try and go pretty close to barefoot all of the time. 211 more words

Hiking

Exploiting Mexico's Indigenous People to Get the West Its Drugs

In the 1600s, Northern Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara tribe escaped Spanish incursions by moving deep into the rugged Sierra Madre. There, they cultivated the steep canyons, maintained their cultural identity and traditions, and developed into some of the world’s best long-distance runners, able to run for days without stopping. 707 more words

Nonfiction

Tarahumara and the Tragedy of the World's Attention

On the advice of many, many people, I’ve started reading Christopher McDougall’s Born to Run. Even if you’re not a runner, you’ve probably heard something about this book. 427 more words

'The Secret To Happiness Could Be Right At Your Feet!'

If you ever suffered from an illness or a problem, what lengths would you go to in order to find its cause? Would you even bother giving it a second thought and let nature take its course? 395 more words

Being A Book Nerd

March 31, 2017 – Warrior Spirit

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During the beginning of Semana Santa, I got to witness the interesting mixture of the Tarahumara’s indigenous spiritual beliefs with the Catholicism that was brought by the Spaniards in the 16th Century. 111 more words

Image A Day - 2017

March 22, 2017 – Walking Home

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At the end of the day, as the sun begins to settle behind the pine-trees and mountaintops, villagers begin to build fires in their cast-iron stoves for cooking and for warmth. 155 more words

Image A Day - 2017