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Randy Kritkausky - Without Reservation

September 2, 2020

Randy Kritkausky – Without Reservation

Aired Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

In 1940, Thomas Wolfe’s novel, You Can’t Go Home Again, was published posthumously. The fictional story line addresses the issue of our roots and whether we may return to them, physically and spiritually, and what we will find when we do. If we had the means of travelling back and reconnecting with generations past, what would we learn? How would their lives and their connection to the world they lived in, including their relationship with each other, nature and spirituality, afford us an opportunity for reflection and renewal? Can we truly go home again?

My guest this week on Destination Unlimited, Randy Kritkausky, lived this experience. He journeyed into the realm of his ancestral Native American connections and intimate encounters with Mother Earth and says we all have the ability to spiritually reconnect with our ancestors and nature. Randy Kritkausky is an enrolled tribal member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. He is a founder of ECOLOGIA, an international environmental organization that works on the planet’s more extreme challenges, and formerly professor at Keystone College, research scholar at Middlebury College, and Erasmus Mundus Scholar at the Central European University in Budapest and Lund University in Sweden. He lives in Vermont. His website is and he joins me this week to discuss his new book, Without Reservation: Awakening to Native American Spirituality and the Ways of Our Ancestors.

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