Death in The Garden
Death in The Garden
#59 Premium: Circumambulating Our Civilizational Monolith with Alex Leff (Human Nature Odyssey)
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#59 Premium: Circumambulating Our Civilizational Monolith with Alex Leff (Human Nature Odyssey)

On this episode of “Death in The Garden” we are sharing our conversation with Alex Leff, which was co-released for his podcast subscribers. Alex Leff is the creator and visionary behind Human Nature Odyssey, which is a cinematic audio journey through the fantastic and iconic book, Ishmael by Daniel Quinn. He is also the creator of a beautiful film called Cycle of Memory, which takes the viewer on an intimate and compassionate journey through his family’s experience of their patriarch suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. We had an expansive conversation, discussing and admiring each other’s projects while also deepening our understanding of why we all find ourselves to be so curious about civilization and how to make the world a better place.

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Death in The Garden
Death in The Garden
“Death in The Garden” is a multimedia project that explores the complex intersection of the cycle of life and death, holism, climate change, civilization, ecology, and health from the perspective of two incredibly curious millennials on a journey to make sense of a very nuanced world. In addition to those listed above, our podcast highlights topics like regenerative agriculture, food, psychology, spirituality, politics, society, and our overall relationship with Nature and the ecosystems we are part of.