Healing Place, for me at least, always poses a subtle linguistic challenge. That pesky present participle blesses us with ambiguity: are we healing the place or is the place healing us? And the answer, of course, is both are true. Or they’re usually both true? Or they’re sometimes both true? This duality is elegant–and complex. […]
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/290934.php Mitakuye Owasin. Further recognition of the relatedness of all could reduce loneliness, eh? The link is to an article on loneliness and early mortality from a medical point of view.