May 19, 2019 "Information Clearing House" - We have come such a long way since time immemorial, since we were hunters and gatherers living in caves and bundled in hides, trying to invent fire.
Now we have TV and iPhone, we drive cars and fly planes. We can talk to and see each other from the opposite sides of the world.
Our civilization has reached amazing heights of scientific and technical development, but we still have not learnt to see a human being in each other. And a friend. We are still throwing sticks and stones at one another, except they have become so much bigger and heavier. Too heavy even for our planet.
And now we are facing the question of whether anyone will be around tomorrow to greet the sunrise.
Yet, we still have a chance to save our Mother Planet from and for ourselves, and continue meeting sunsets and sunrises with her. And with our friend, in humanity and in spirit.
Who is he, or her, this friend? Why do we like or hate him? How can we understand and forgive him? Learn to see yourself in her. And your own reflection. After all, we all learn from each other.
How can we learn to love truth and peace, and do no harm to each other, and respect others in ourselves?
Our time in this Universe is not unlimited, and we still have so much to discover.
To help our planet heal from the wounds caused by us and time. To protect and save our disappearing siblings, sharing with us this magnificent ecosphere. To slow down, or at least not exacerbate with emissions and pollution, the ominous warming of our shared environment. It is truly, in the prophetic words of Chris Hedges, “The Last Battle.”
As for the modern sticks and stones, they will be of no use to us. About the only thing we can do to save ourselves from them now is remove all the fast fingers from the proverbial button.
By Anna Tolstoyevskaya
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