The Choices I Make

The Choices I Make Years ago, I savored every page of Barbara Kingsolver’s “Prodigal Summer” because it challenged my prejudices. A major theme in the book was the complexity - and necessity - of balance in the natural world. Predators and prey were an important part of that balance. Although I have an intellectual understanding of what that means, my heart still resists. Some would call me a victim of “childhood brainwash.” From an early age, I had no sympathy for wolves and other predators because they were nearly always villains in children’s stories and movies. I also refused to watch animal “nature shows” since so many included scenes of predators chasing down their prey. Today, I still

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