How You and I Operate
No house will save you…or me for this matter.
It is time we realize who is really responsible for our humanly lives. We often feel the desire to just go back “home” and feel secure within your given walls. However, Mother Earth is strictly one and she is continually stretched into strained divisions by foundations made of concrete or tar to secure the upcoming walls that come after the skeletal framing and such. Everything that comes after Mother Earth and your naked body is an imitation. I doubt that would bring us to the thought of imitation being the highest form of flattery. So, the bigger thing that is causing such strained divisions within Mother Earth and even those who live in Tents, Yurts, or under the stars have a part in this; your thoughts.
This is why animals are very God-given. They do not burst with blaring biases like humans do. Anyway, our thoughts are perfectly capable of tormenting Mother Earth like they can help her flourish. This speaks of a range between Gratitude to Fury. Naturally, Gratitude and Fury both are colored by their own levels and varieties. I think the fact we acknowledge this and look in the eye of anybody without mumbling anything in the head, yes, even the girl in all hot, hot, hot pink and seven-inch stilettos. Mother Earth needs us all to connect, I reckon.
Now a chuckle may be coming on. How well do you connect with those in your own household? I’m sure a handful of you are reading this with cocked eyebrows, “What do you mean? I LOVE the people and animals in my house.” Some of you may beg to differ. Someone rather wise said relationships are the toughest challenges in life but people want them for the sake of truly connecting (loving). How relative, yes! Still, take a step inside of you and watch how you operate. I know many of you love beautifully and give cardboard sign holders food instead of money with a smile straight from the heart. All in all, let’s try and see how we operate. I am gonna do that this week. Join me?
Stephanie Gasco realizes the severity of her water deprivation as she is no longer island bound.