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Tarahumara Tribe in the Copper Canyons Prove We Were Born to Run

If you’re even remotely  into running or an avid watcher of TED talks then you’ll have likely stumbled across running guru Christopher McDougall. Before you read any further take a look at the TED talk called ‘Are we born to run’ – I promise it’s worth it! 677 more words

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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

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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

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An ode to my LUNA sandals

I’m approaching the 2 year mark of when I first purchased this pair of LUNA sandals. They have been in 3 countries, coast to coast in the United States and I still wear them on a regular basis for hikes, runs and just beating it around town. 392 more words

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Cultures, Knowledges, and Global Consciousness

One of the blessings of living in the “Age of Information” is having almost all of the world’s cultures (their ways of thinking, living, and expertise) available to us “second-hand.” Through audio, video, and text formats we journey, vicariously, to the far reaches of the Earth and see what is to be seen there; to the canyons of northern Mexico; the mountains of Tibet; the polis of Ancient Greece. 1,045 more words

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