The greatest beauty is organic wholeness
The divine beauty of the universe …
Love that, not man apart …
~ Robinson Jeffers
What will it say about the human race if we let the tiger go extinct? What can we save? Can we save ourselves?
~ Ashok Kumar
The truth is often on vacation from all that we know.
“We have met the enemy and he is us.”
“Man learned the art of speech so that his meaning could be hidden.”
When it is suggested that you stop being concerned for others, that you instead shut down and stop letting your heart strings sing, beware. Beware, and be aware … does it make sense that you allow yourself to grow cold? Does it make sense that you develop the attitude that some are deserving, while others are not?
Although it is true, there are many who are not ready or willing to see quite the same as yourself when it comes to certain topics, it does not make them wrong, or any less lovable than another. It is also true that while in the midst of a deafening and stifling darkness, some do others harm. This blackness that has hold of them is manipulating circumstances in the hopes that it will harden even the softest hearts. Do not let it.
At 30 minutes she tells details about CERN. You’ll learn important things should you choose to.
CERN announced on April 30th, 1999, that the world wide web (WWW) would be free to everyone. WWW in Hebrew means 666. Check out the CERN logo. CERN is the one who started the world wide web.
“The earth is a living, throbbing organism. It needs CPR ~ Conservation-Preservation-Restoration ~ on a regular basis:
“Conservation: We’ve got to use our resources rationally. We haven’t been all that rational these last brief millennia.
“Preservation: We’ve got to preserve what we can never replace. That’s what wilderness is. That’s what biodiversity is, and we’re getting rid of both faster than anybody has ever done.
“Restoration: We’re bright enough to build back, to restore the rivers we’ve dammed, the forests we’ve clearcut, the seas we’ve bloodied, polluted, and strip-mined with drift nets; the mountains we’ve bolted and bulldozed, the deserts we’ve spoiled or mistakenly created; the ozone layer we’ve punctured. We can’t restore a lot of things that are gone, but we can certainly restore human integrity.”
“You have opportunities, seize them.”
~ David Brower, Let The Mountains Talk, Let The Rivers Run