Photo by Louis Maniquet
Since the dawn of time all physical forms have merged with the earth at death. Many species, including humans, have deteriorated and become the ‘life blood’ of this planet.
The oil and gas that is embedded in the crust of this world comes from the physical life form. WE are the oil and the gases that are pillaged from its flesh. And it is WE who allow the usage of it.
When we fill our tanks and burn the fuel, we must consider the ancestors of the long ago past, and those recently buried, for it is their flesh and bone which supply these oils and gases, it is also this which supplies the earth with its blood, and it is needed to keep cycles going in an even and balanced manner. This is what maintains good flow ~ when it is sucked out, the earth shrivels and we get sink holes, quakes and such.
While living we have agreed to allow governments and corporations to use our skills, our labor. We have permitted them to put a price tag on that work, and we have also permitted them to charge us for the fruits of that labor. They take our time, they take a portion of our wages and use it to wage wars, and they charge tax on the foods and products we create. They seem to believe our effort is owned by them, when in fact it is an exchange we have offered them. They bully and abuse the laborer as though they are property.
When will we insist this cycle end? Do we have capacity to consider those we have loved and cherished in the past? It is they who have contributed to the balance of planetary health. We have fallen prey (and so have they) to the greed and power needs of those ‘in charge’. We have been blinded into believing that we must suck the fluids from the earth, we have been convinced we are not doing harm to the precious balance of the world.
Do we have the courage to reject the ways of destruction? Are we able to commit to working hard in order to maintain balance and health? Is there love and capacity enough in our hearts to honor the lives which came before us? Are we strong enough to shed the misconception that we need someone else to care for us?
Is peace and harmony really worth working for, or is it simply words people like to spout off? Are we courageous enough to break down barriers and actually form trusted bonds with each other, people to people, bound with the spirits and life forms of past, and the life of this planet which supports us?
Honor for each other, for this earth and the waters which flow here must be if we stand a chance.
These cycles have gone on for centuries. Whole peoples have disappeared … the ancient Egyptians and Mayans, Atlantis, and others. Villages and cultures have nearly been obliterated as the knowledge of old has been strategically eliminated, integrated into this sick culture which has been bred by those who view us as ‘human capital’ and ‘needless feeders’. This knowledge is the stuff that will save us … and only our protection will save the world and life upon it … as we need saving, the ancient past needs saving too.
Their is only one who will save the world and life upon it … that ‘One’ is the combination of all men and women and children who decide to come together As One and work for harmony in this world. Do we have what it takes? Or has the very heart of us been squashed and tied to strings which we are not able to be broken free from?