Monday, August 11, 2014

One World

We are not one people, but we are one world.

We are entering an amazing Humanitarian Age of unity for the greater good. Our health is linked 100% to the health of the earth. Just like birds share the sky and fish share the seas, we share the planet. Cultures have different 'rules' and countries have unique politics. Yet today, around the world, global electronic unity is indisputable. This takes us to expanded levels of personal and public potential to work together for the greater good. Every person, every culture and every country needs clean air and clean water.

People are unique, yet we have the same need for to be true to ourselves. Inner peace is personal. While it's natural to unite to support the health of our planet, it's important to remember we don't give up any part of 'who we are' to do this. It's our differences that make us strong. Unique perspectives will bring new solutions to shared responsibilities. 

Using sensual thinking is the worldwide way to be responsible for our planet's health. Intuitive values guide us to create safe, mutual boundaries that keep us calm, so it's easy to work together to maintain our quality of life and the health our planet. Intuitive attitudes of courage, dignity, tenacity, prudence and gratitude transcend every culture providing a solid foundation for transparent communication and collaboration. Our priorities and privacy stay clear.

Being at peace in our world, despite our many differences, can happen as we remember our shared vital need for clean air and clean water. Without these, we all die. Moving forward depends on maintaining boundaries of global intuitive values that allow connection and our differences to thrive, without any hidden agendas. 

The Earth is bigger than we are, more powerful and more enduring. Every one of us breathes the same air and drinks the same water.  We are dependent upon the health of our Earth to survive. Let's keep priorities clear.

It's time to unite to champion ourselves, by joining to be at peace, by respecting our amazing planet. 



Peas and people can only thrive with clean air and clean water.
Bill Ebbesen, Photographer


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2 comments:

  1. That was fun. I'm a big fan of respecting other species and their right to the planet, too.

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