Earth Day…. “Nature is a force of good”… a wonderful Louie Schwartzberg video, “Fantastic Fungi”

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I found an amazing video this morning…“Fantastic Fungi: The Forbidden Fruit” by Louie Schwartzberg.  In this wonderful 2 minute video, there’s beautiful time lapse photography of mushrooms, other nature shots and a deep and important message…

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I thought the ideas from that video were so special and inspiring
So…. I typed up a transcript…
to help to  keep these important ideas in mind…

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Nature is a spirit of good Fantastic Fungi Louie Schwartzberg

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Nature is a spirit of good Fantastic Fungi transcript

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Nature is a spirit of good 3 paradigm shift

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Nature is a spirit of good Fantastic Fungi At least I tried

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Nature is a spirit of good  it is a spirit

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Fantastic Fungi: The Forbidden Fruit, by Louie Schwartzberg.
A special video, inspiring images and a very important message

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Nature is a spirit of good hopefully it will survive

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8 Responses to Earth Day…. “Nature is a force of good”… a wonderful Louie Schwartzberg video, “Fantastic Fungi”

  1. nrhatch says:

    Beautiful video, Kathy. Nature is a force for good.

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  2. Nature is such a precious and fragile force for good! Weren’t those mushrooms beautiful? And I thought the message was special too.

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  3. dearrosie says:

    oh gosh what a lovely Earth Day post. The video is wonderful… nice to know that mushrooms can save the earth…. The spirit of goodness will survive because more and more of us say it is so…

    I’d like to be able to talk to trees.

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  4. sufilight says:

    How awesome! I am going to pass this video on to Phil so he can share with a friend of his whose son is the president of a local mushroom club.

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    • Aren’t those mushrooms just beautiful!!!…watching them emerge in that video is amazing! I love looking at mushrooms on walks through forests and you’re living in the perfect climate for seeing them! ( I think you live in one of the “wet” areas of Oregon…)

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  5. Robin says:

    Thank you so much for pointing me towards this post! Such a beautiful video, and I think it’s all connected in some way, too. All we have to do is listen, watch, and learn. 🙂

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