Inspiration Session II. Jake Bush on Nature, Humanism, and Finding Purpose

Continuing our series on our vision for The Walled Garden, this week we hear from another contributor, Jake Bush. Jake shares his experiences growing up in rural Idaho and how spending time in nature contributed toward his philosophies on life. He discusses growing up in, and subsequently separating from the Mormon faith, traveling the world and learning of diverse belief systems and ways of living, and his thoughts on Humanism and how The Walled Garden could help instill a larger sense of unity among diverse members of one human family.

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