We have forfeited nature. And this transgression has exacted a very high price. We’re no longer in communion with our innate intuition, slowly drifting astray, led by our hubris, we have been orphaned of any long-lasting, entrenched spirituality.
We have forfeited nature. And this transgression has exacted a very high price. We’re no longer in communion with our innate intuition, slowly drifting astray, led by our hubris, we have been orphaned of any long-lasting, entrenched spirituality. It is imperative that we find our “way back”, to reestablish a connection with nature and its millenary wisdom. And it is through art, in its countless manifestations, that we can achieve this. We must act, now!
Art is both found and created. We must learn to do with less; to recycle in an intelligent but also creative manner. Stay clear of the maddening consumerism that has blinded us as a race and turned us into destructive monsters, depleting nature of its resources and its healing properties; not only physical, but spiritual remedies that now, more than ever before, are needed to realign our priorities and cure us of our lack of sensitivity and humanness.
Those of us who are like-minded must ban together, organize round-tables so as to come up with the best ways to move forward in a world that is no longer free-for-all.
There has to be accountability. Our vulnerability has been made manifest, and our weaknesses exposed more than ever before. We have been dealt a death blow, but there is also an opportunity to turn the tide and create, once and for good, a better, more sustainable and just world. Not only for ourselves, but for those who will inherit it: our children, the young. Let us not fail them- again. Let’s make a difference, and not waste what may be our very last opportunity.