Oliver Sacks on Humans and Myth-making
"science springs from a sense of nature’s mysteriousness and the wonder of nature. And there is no need to invoke anything supernatural. Indeed, I think too much involvement in the supernatural may blind one to the wonder of nature."
To look outside oneself for definition, purpose and meaning is to miss the great wisdom that comes with our being.
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