Photo by Neven Krcmarek
We walked along and he showed me the place where a mighty river once flowed. I asked him about the water, he said there was none. The river bed was dry and dusty, lined with a white powder-like substance. It looked as though a volcano had erupted and spread ash everywhere. I have the distinct impression this is the moon.
I am brought to a circle of people. Many of them rise and reach out to shake my hand. Two males gave me a hug, the second resting his hand on the side of my rib cage, a little too close to my right breast. This is when they all seemed to be removed from my presence.
I am reminded of one who said, “We have lost so much.” I wish to assist but the impression I’m left with from the one in the group who was a little too friendly, leaves me a wary.
All beings deserve to be healthy and happy, but not at the expense of others. Should those who are without decide they will climb the backs of other life to get what they want, then they are not worthy of having what they want, for in their willingness to destroy to get it, it becomes obvious they would destroy that which they attain.
And here … I am reminded of the state of the earth and what government and corporations have fostered through time.
Who are the true destroyers? Who is telling the real history?