Why the World Doesn’t End: Recreation Myths of Nature and Culture | Michael Meade
When a culture is disintegrating and the stories everybody believed in no longer fit, its time to rekindle our connection to ancient wisdom and universal truths. Mythologist, author and storyteller Michael Meade, founder of the Mosaic Multicultural Foundation, reminds us that the word apocalypse – which has come to mean the end of the world, actually means an unveiling. Once we penetrate that veil, its not the end – but the beginning of a new story the a new beginning to the old story.
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