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The term Homo Sapiens was first coined by Carl Linnaeus in the eighteenth century. Homo means a man of the earth, whilst Sapiens means wise. However the obviously inherent meaning in these words, which is not generally recognised, is that human beings require a relationship to the earth, in order to wisely learn from it.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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