Burning Man is for Free-Range Humans

Seeing Black Rock City in action was the most amazing part of Burning Man.

 

70,000 people from all over the world gathered to be human together. People set up a shelter, make food, and celebrate life in the unwelcoming Nevada desert.

 

A friend described his experience at Burning man as witnessing “Free- Range Humans.”  Similar to “free-range” chickens, they are let out of their cages to do whatever chickens do - eat, poop, peck.

 

People travel so far just to be human together. Doing what humans do - sleep, eat, dance, clean, work, create art, have sex, laugh, cry, poop, and maybe shower.   

 

A city is created and destroyed for just one week.

For humans to be humans.

Huffington Post -  More pictures     here 

Huffington Post - More pictures here 

The Atlantic -  More pictures   here

The Atlantic - More pictures here

Peace, Love, and Sat Nam!

Karla

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