We're in the thick of it. Nobody gets to hold themselves as separate from the madness of our species. Not if they are being truthful. Our minds are touching right now by virtue of an internet that is responsible for 3.7 percent of global greenhouse emissions, using expensive gadgets built by human beings who've had to work far too hard for far too little in return. We are in all probability sitting, standing or lying at this very moment upon land that was stolen by violence from someone else, perhaps recently or perhaps a bit further back.
You make a great "bad cop" to Zach Bush's "good cop", and we need you both <3
A risky writer's reach that you pulled off magnificently. In our egocentric self-reinforcing and self-fulfilling perceptual universes, we get what we uniquely draw out of a deep deep thought-well. Free of the conditioned ego-corrupted anthropocentric mindset, omnipotent Nature is perfect ~~> And I think there's something strangely beautiful about that. <~~ like an organically grown apple, dented and scabbed, is tastier and sweeter than one ergonomically shaped, sized and colored to fit within the egocentric consumer mind like a coronavirus spike protein.
Are we, in this insane, chaotic mess, witnessing the rebirth of the next iteration of ecomind?
Keep on, sister, keep on!
BTW...am eagerly awaiting my copy of yer book which must be travelling via the slow boat from China, so to speak. The wait is exacerbating my enthusiasm.
Some days you're about as much fun as a frozen enema; not that this makes you unlovable.
Yet this psychological shift and transition is unlikely to pass anytime soon. The real tragedy of all this is people continue to reproduce, tying another generation to this wheel of drudgery, want and ecocide.
Forgiveness of all and be the Divine Love we are.
Very nice. Love from Southern California.
Just smiling... thank you.
We're always in the thick of it. The totality of Now requires that we are all here together, now and always. Yet we are not condemned to elitist/corporate controlled world. We just haven't grown out of it yet. Yet Yet.
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