A Glorious Place

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“Humankind has not woven the web of life.

We are but one thread within it.

Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves

               All things are bound together

               All things connect”

Chief Seattle

You and I are connected. Whether we

live next door, near by or down the road a piece.

Even if you have chosen to live in the ‘out back’ or bush country

the chances are you will run into me or some human being at some

point in your life. If by chance, your life is not being shared with other

people then perhaps there is a dog, cat, horse or even unknown creature

sharing this Earth with you. Just imagine the animals or insects

around you daily that you never see.

Whether you are aware of them or not, they are

there, all perfectly and beautifully unique. They have special needs

and purposes, perhaps only known and serviced by Creation.

The Earth is presently the only known place in the universe providing

an especially rare opportunity for every nature of being to learn

about living peacefully with each other. Are you able

to see what a beautiful and glorious place this is?

source: Eddie Two Hawks, repost from ETH March 2012
image: Eddie’s Garden, Eddie’s Photos June 2016

  

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22 thoughts on “A Glorious Place

  1. Eddie,
    We have planted a Milkweed in our garden. Why do you plant a weed, friends ask. For the Monarchs is the answer.
    Monarch Butterflies are now endangered. They procreate only in Milkweed. The plant is 2 months old, and we have seen the first Monarchs. I am waiting for the cocoons that precede the miracle.

    • Fascinating tale of milkweed and monarchs and miracles. This and so very much more,
      earthlings will always be surrounded by the dazzle of nature. Thank you so very much Resa

  2. Love this! Thanks for the reminder, Eddie. It is easy to get caught up in our daily troubles and forget what a magnificent, miraculous world we live in… 🙂

    • We’ll keep searching but they won’t find anything quite like Earth.
      Thank you very much for your kind and thoughtful remarks Lisa. They are greatly appreciated

    • The ‘branches’ of the bush (plant pictured above) continuously extend out,
      much like the human race and all other species.
      Thank you very much for your kind and thoughtful response today

your kind word is always welcome

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