On Monday, a little drone lay dying on our south-facing window. When I look at the beauty of nature I’m reminded of the incredible truth. It would not matter if you were a billionaire you could not make the little drone. All of your millions could not make life.
Nature is life. It connects us to unimaginable mysteries. And those mysteries are best left unsolved. Why? Because there is no need to discover ways to make or know life, it is already here and is created by and within natures evolution.
Man poisons his body, his Being and environment. He demands shortcuts, medical intervention: he says ‘Let me indulge and decimate my body with chemicals and processed products. I do this because the taste is nice, I cannot resist the temptations, another said to me ‘it’s ok’. And science will find a way to cure me, and repair my excess.’ And this is the reason the scientist is today’s Merlin or Morgan le Frey. Eternal – And ‘life better than reality’ are their promises.
In truth: All humans should follow knowledge known for millennia. Eat natures food, drink pure water, wander mother earth and embellish the gift of friendship. Friendship? Yes, the number one precursor to a long life is ‘Connection and Communication’.
Friendship is one of the four corners of wellness:
My overgrown garden is one of wildflowers. I fill a jug with water and select a dandelion; a few drops of water are poured into the flower. My little friend the drone was dying: I pick him up and place him on the prepared flower. Within a minute, he’s collecting pollen; life returns. You see, my little friend is back to its life purpose. The evidence is that the designs of nature fulfil the promise of life every time. I say goodbye to the drone, my work is done.
We all need a place to thrive.
Many thanks Priscilla –
Woo! I enjoyed the bee story… The Wisdom and the insight attached to them … Well spoken and written…. Thanks Ian Timothy… God bless you for your knowledge….
Kind words Israel – Thank you, for your time and support – God Bless – Ian
a deep reflection
Many thanks, Janine