There are believers, prophets and agnostics. Some know the truth, some bring the truth and some doubt…
“Truth” cannot be owned or institutionalized; truth is the mystery of life itself and life is the biological processes at work in the cosmos. All living things are interconnected and undergo the endless cycles of birth, growth and death. We all are but links of a living chain that meanders through the livable space and time and we all are indigenous of this planet. The Earth is our home and our survival depends on our housekeeping skills. In our times we have a myopic obsession with economics, we believe that money is the panacea to all our problems.
But the power of money does not necessarily represent the power of many…
We are now living in a time when the biggest extinction of species since the end of the Cretaceous period is taking place. There are many factors contributing to these mass extinctions, but our “modern’ ways are certainly causing a massive destruction of habitat as well as a huge array of other environmental problems.
The workings of nature through its endless mutations and adaptations to changing circumstances are a creative endeavor which has inspired humanity on our journey through history.
The realization that we humans can unleash so much destructive power on a global scale, implies that we may also have the means to make some necessary corrections. Through this we could reconnect our creativity to the creative power of nature.
When we believe that we are holding the truth and have all the answers, it does not mean that we finally have got it “right”, it only means that we have given up asking questions.
(Galliano Fardin 2010)