I must beat my drum now for a mature audience. The indigenous peoples were horrified at how the White Man talked about and treated the environment. We are bearing dangerous fruit now for having ignored their warnings. Indigenous peoples saw the Long Road Ahead: We are a part of nature, we are of nature, we sprouted from nature even if it was guided by the hand of God. Those who choose to forget this interconnectedness with nature get eliminated by nature. Nature and physics will always win. No one in their right mind would defecate in their drinking water but we do similar things to our environment all the time: look at oil and its by-products, the thousands of liquid chemical toxins and plastics in our water supply and the world’s oceans. I’m tired of not saying anything about this. Here I am writing about something that greatly concerns me. Click Here to read on…
I had this large blog entry here for about a week, things about music, modern culture and changes that were disturbing to me. Writing got a lot off my chest. I kept seeing parts I wrote that I disagreed with or where I saw holes. I am not a trained philosopher, merely a lover of wisdom. I found that parts of this long entry were not me. I couldn’t hold myself to everything I said I believed. It’s hard to write with clarity, without contradictions. So I will quote something that deeply touched me, from ancient wisdom:
The barn has burned down.
Now, I can see the moon.