Curious to explore how the first human families may have encountered their world, Craig, Ross and a few friends started to explore the coastline as often as possible.
The idea was to approach nature without a purpose beyond simply playing, walking, swimming and eating wild. Slowly they found that the aperture of their minds began to open wide, and even a tiny rock pool became a thing of wonder. Craig and Ross believe that these first people had a similar mindset, because it would have taken less than two hours a day to provide all the food they needed. They had enormous amounts of time for play, exploration, and to satisfy the natural curiosity of the human mind.
“The Taoist mentality sees aimlessness as the very life of the universe, which is complete at every moment and does not need to justify itself by aiming at something beyond. This aimless, empty life does not suggest anything depressing. On the contrary, it suggests the freedom of clouds and mountain streams, wandering nowhere, of flowers in impenetrable canyons, beautiful for no one to see, and of the ocean surf forever washing the sand, to no end.” Alan Watts