A Quote by David Abram on writing, environment, and language
Only as the written text began to speak would the voices of the forest, and of the river, begin to fade. And only then would language loosen its ancient association with the invisible breath, the spirit sever itself from the wind, the psyche dissociate itself from the environing air.
Source: The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World (Vintage), Pages: 254
Contributed by: Siona