In a paradoxical way, many of the people who build houses in pristine landscapes are dismissive of the very nature they have chosen to inhabit. Rather than savoring its value and beauty, they opt to erase it, substituting it with ideas of the “ideal garden” that go back to Eden and the constant human quest for utopias. Finding this practice extremely destructive, we propose respecting what exists, thinking in terms of entopias, embracing biophilia, and learning to live and love with the snakes.
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