Have you ever seen a Bald Eagle soaring in the mountain cathedrals? Have you ever witnessed a Leopard in the Sahara walking along the grassland with her two cubs? Have you ever sat with a New England Cardinal as it munches on berries offered by a rose bush at dawn? Copenhagen, Denmark is the place to answer those questions, as the bigger picture comes into focus, we collectively look towards the future of our planet and all of the creatures that share it with us. We can no longer afford to take this little blue rock for granted. It is the stuff of poets, musicians, lovers, dreamers, photographers and writers. It is everything to all of us. Opening the mind to new possibilities can bring about miracles that we cannot even conceive of as of yet…the daily paper would have you believe otherwise, but let it be known that narrowness of mind and heart can be overlooked, forgiven and discarded. The children, animals and plants of the world KNOW the truth. Should we be so arrogant as to ignore the dawn, the ocean and the Polar Bear? Letting go of the old and bringing in the new is something I think we can all agree upon, for the old path is no longer sustainable. “Love one another, as I have Loved you,” is not just a statement made by a very important man who walked this earth 2000 years ago, but a blue print for LIVING. Love is the answer. The next time you see nature in all of it’s glory, be reminded of this. Do you love what you see? Have a beautiful Tuesday! Peace~ M
December 8, 2009
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