Noah and his Ark

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Bali Soul Journals

Every now and then, meeting someone causes me to pause, to check in with my soul and make sure that I truly am living a life of purpose. Last night, Dr Francine Neogo was one of those people. At 85 years of age, tears rolled down her face as she described a life of working with orangutans in Indonesia. Her nature reminded me of Dr Jane Goodall – humble, shy and more than likely happier with her primates than people.

Dr Francine has never sought publicity. Indeed, Dr Jane is not a real fan of it either, except that it serves an incredibly important purpose. Which is why I am going to ask you one thing. Share this post. Spread it far and wide. Before I do that, let me try to convince you of why it is important.

Dr Francine met her first orangutan in 1963. It sat with…

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