The road to Kathmandu

The gradual change of landscape, mindscape, culture, climate, language, cuisine, daylight, moon phase… When experienced step by step, or through the window of a slowly moving train, or atop a cruising ferry, the vibrancy of the Pluriverse is impossible to deny. To Bohm, the “dynamic unity within plurality,” Bortoft’s “multiplicity within unity,” Gustavo Esteva’s radical pluralism. Each place the center of its own universe, embedded in its own shared meaning of reality. Slow travel on the road to Kathmandu.

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