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pith takes  

We seem determined to tie ourselves up in knots and nots ..

and have been triying to reduce life to a materialist problem - a 'problem' that needs human 'solving'

well, let's look in

welcome to human life
human earth-life .. we can live as precious opportunity ..
or as a gross out indulgence ..
and everything in between

earth-life continues - with or without humans .. but will human ego allow it ?

 

prom tidal

earth and life go together, are as one, are symbiosis
no earth, no life
no life, no earth


I perceive, earth responds

I respond, earth-life is

we all breathe energising air, drink of flowing water, are warmed and illuminated with sun-light compassion, stand upon earth herself (without falling off) - able to connect and commune


the nature of earth-life is generosity, generosity of spirit - spirit-inclusive, sharing .. nourishing, flourishing, orchestrating, ever

If ‘we’ had been living here already 230 years ago, would ‘we’ have let ourselves (as illegal boat people) in ?

230 years is just adding two more (of my 79 years life-time) ..

prior to this, ‘australia’ did not exist

and prior to this

'gondwana' flourished for some 50-100,000

seems we’re directly engaged in investing in our own planet’s destruction .. and call it 'achievement, normal and status'

here we are, firing fossil fuel rockets into our own (misinterpreted) 'space' perceptions ..
trying to see what they’re made of ..
and they’re not

a fake look

revealing stem .. beyond STEM


simply - whole heartedly
tending - being present, attending
earth - earth-life
mother - mind receptive

spring .. click on

“The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, answered ..  

"Man !

Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.

Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.

And then he is so anxious about the future

that he does not enjoy the present;

the result being that he does not live in the present or the future;

he lives as if he is never going to die,

and then dies having never really lived.”

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