Wood

A piece of wood, if well looked after, maintained, cared for and loved, will last many lifetimes.

Nature provides us with every resource we will ever need and if we are responsible, caring and respectful, then we can be one with nature and care for each other. Nature is the great creator and giver for all life.

Nature is a great teacher, if we observe it, and realise we are all part of it, part of the one life that everything in the entire universe is.

Human’s lack of connection now with nature is causing an imbalance, which will correct itself as all things are temporary and everything within the universe is balanced, no light without dark, the Yin and Yang. So the current ego driven human darkness on nature will and is already creating an awakening in humans and a great light is being spread throughout the nature by humans.

We all play our part, no one is too small, we all individually make up the collective. Our soul’s light can shine to be an example for others.

If we care for nature, it cares for us.

What if there was no money?

People say that money is why people work.

If you didn’t have money, then no one would do anything is the argument. But money is only any good if we all believe in it. Otherwise it’s quite useless.

However, the best things in life are created through love, commitment, passion and purpose. Not by money.

The problem the world has is that the myth of money has allowed a tiny few to control all the resources by accumulating all the money. In return they allow us to have just enough money to keep us working and buying/consuming their stuff. Great setup, but only for them.

What if money was eliminated? What if we were all given the same opportunities? What if the resources were shared fairly?

If the resources went to those who created things they loved instead of those with money then what an amazing world we could have.

Think about all the wonderful things that could be created.

Many would be scared by this idea, think it utopian, pie in the sky, something to be consigned to fluffy world.

Yet, we are all happy to live in a world where 80 people, yes that is 80, have the same amount of money as the 3.5 billion of the poorest in the world. There is something wrong with that surely?