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  1. Absolutely LOVE your word clouds – combining the power of words, vision, feelings, and inspirations all in one…. Have just stumbled onto your blog and am inspired. Thanks.

  2. Thanks for the compliment! I find word clouds to be useful visual tools myself, great for just getting the gist of a longer piece.

  3. Same same…very cool way of ‘hinting’ at the content. Such a simple truth throughout: we create, learn, and recreate the world through our stories and there are too few out there on this topic. I’m an ecologist – unfortunately more neck deep in numbers than in the woods at the moment – but I’ve been trying to tell some tales along the way – gonzo kine stories – the process and human connections – they too often get distilled by formalized research. Happy to find a shared conviction, though your effort here put these ideas out there much more eloquently.

    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts. This is a project I’ve wanted to do for a while, to find different approaches to convey important ideas around culture, nature, and the environment. Narratives grand and small shape our perception of and actions towards the world. This blog is intended to highlight a few of those that shaped mine.

      I spent a month volunteering in Koke’e State Park as well, so reading about your adventures is fantastic!

  4. Micaela says

    Hey Isaac, I wanted to thank you because several of your analysis helped me with an essay I had to write for uni. I had to write about the movie Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (which I absolutely recommend you see, because it has great meaning behind it and it is great for analysis), and some of your perspectives in some tv shows and movies helped me to organize my thoughts and ideas. Keep the good work!

    • Hi Micaela, thanks for reading my stuff, and I’m glad it helped with your piece. Looked up the premise of that movie – it sounds really interesting, will have to check it out!

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