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Regardless of age, race, culture or creed, we humans choose to hold certain people, place and things as “sacred.” Being extremely subjective, what is considered sacred to one person or group of people is considered ordinary to another. In the same way, some esteem certain practices or objects as sacred, while others view them as profane. How can this be? What are the “rules” for deciding what is sacred and what is not? And, who decides? Is it a personal choice, a consensus or something that is hard-wired into the fabric of humanity itself?Read More
First and foremost, Tony Laidig is a storyteller. Through his photography, videos, books and speaking, Tony’s passion is to challenge those he encounters to see the world in new ways never considered before. Intensely curious since childhood, Tony has always questioned the world around him. Sometimes, those questions were welcomed and encouraged, other times, not so much. But it is that curiosity that lead Tony to this latest journey to explore what we consider sacred, and to share those discoveries as a story of exploration.Read More