August 28, 2021– “Here, in this little patch of mulch in my garden, there is a creature that begins its life as a microscopic amoeba and ends it as a vibrant spot that produces spores, and all the time in between, it is a single cell that can grow As big as a bath mat, it has no brain, no sense of sight or smell, but it can solve mazes, learn patterns, keep time and pass on the wisdom of generations. ” Author Lacy M. Johnson delves into the curious world of slime mold and what it might have to teach us. (48 readings)
To take actionTake a few minutes today to walk outside and make an effort to notice all the different life forms around you. What could each have to teach you?