Out of Eden

A collection of 9 posts

The confidence of walking

I'm starting to feel like I should just mirror Paul Salopek's posts here. > Why do we get pleasure out of walking? Walking is a kind of self-sufficiency, a confidence in the body. — Out

Speed of Thought

> "The mind, like the feet, works at about three miles an hour...modern life is moving faster than the speed of thought." —Rebecca Solnit — Out of Eden (@outofedenwalk) June 19, 2014 [https://twitter.


> “When I stop [walking], I cease to think; my mind only works with my legs.” —Rousseau — Out of Eden (@outofedenwalk) June 3, 2014 [https://twitter.com/outofedenwalk/statuses/473912516439863296] Paul Salopek should know—