Saturday, July 5, 2008

changing tides

humanity may one day learn to swallow its ego but until then it is up to us as individuals to harness the life blessed us through recognition of the innate symbiotic nature of our existence.

nothing exists in a vacuum, humans are no exception.

your digestive tract relies upon a symbiotic relationship with independent intestinal microbiota and these types of relationships abound and bind the natural living world.

if we are to believe that our species evolved from this planet, we must recognize and understand the implications of unchecked resource consumption and population growth propagated by humans.

would be funny if humans scratched and scrawled all the way up the species chain only to decimate their environment for vanity's greed-ful sake...cosmically funny of course.

wake up and breath brethren, we are all here together sharing this air, drinking this water and tilling this soil.

decode your existence through
the media absorbed throughout your life.

who are you without l'accoutrement?

we have sacrificed savage nobility of the wild for posturing and preening in concrete jungles

...yet growing in depth and understanding is the need for balance within the human consciousness.

as a male i recognize the often brutal history of patriarchal dominance and believe that our specie's evolution requires a new mode of man. a man who seeks balance internally and externally.

men who can swallow their pride in order that they may learn from any situation. men who reason out that love leads the most balanced way of living.

the nouveau man recognizes that attention leads often to consent, and thus he guards his thoughts, paying close attention to the surrounding sources of information for lies and truth.

these evolved men are unafraid of leading with integrity and will forgo their dignity for love's sake.

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