“I do not think the measure of a civilization
is how tall its buildings of concrete are,
But rather how well its people have learned to relate
to their environment and fellow man.”
Sun Bear of the Chippewa Tribe / Native American Wisdom quote
It’s so hard to think positive with all the horrible things happening everyday all around the world and around us– humans destroying everybody and everything, forgetting about their roots– Lessons should be learned now or it will be too late, it is already too late in a way, for us on the planet earth. I wanted to say our planet but it is not ours actually. And what we are leaving to our children is not a good heritage. We need good and bad to coexist, I believe in this- but we have to learn and take actions. Always power, money, be at the top, no matter if entire populations have nothing to eat, no matter to let entire populations be manipulated and killed..it’s crazy and I fill full of anger. That’s it– make love, not war-yes, ok but what about money, power, selfishness, arrogance, ignorance? Isn’t there a DELETE button somewhere? Sorry! I feel like I’m getting crazy and I won’t- no body should, it would be one more victory for them..! Is there a day when we can find our way to find a balance between good and bad, to all coexist in a peaceful way? Sorry__ I stop here– Spontaneous writing like in a diary, only generic words..maybe, maybe not–
#earth #respect #humanbeing #peace #yin&yang #environment #nature #animals #brighterdays #spiritual
See original picture on LunVision gallery. The picture was taken at the Parc naturel Sainte-Croix, Moselle region (FR). It’s not a zoo, but a natural place and there was a pack of beautiful white wolves. This one was staying alone at that moment. Finding a balance is vital for them – coexisting is natural and vital for them in order to survive.