| Artificial

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    The artificial things in our life, whether they are ingredients, forces, things or places, are more likely to create unhealthy extremes in our human experience and expressions which do not occur in a more ancient, naturally coherent environment. So for example, many things or human behaviours that occur in large metropolitan areas would generally not occur in a rural or wilderness area, because they are simply not coherent in such environments. Consequently, the more we use, live-in, and are influenced by the artificial, the more we will lose of our nature-cohering humanity, until eventually we may forget the naturally coherent, whilst we ignorantly accumulate and reap the resulting effects of the artificial.

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