The Perfection of God

Have you ever watched a flock of birds? I mean really watch them as they dive around and over the intersection, knitting an imaginary blanket over the drivers stuck at the red light. It’s a work of art and an example of a miracle. Each individual bird moves in harmony with their neighbor as if all are part of one large mind. Some of the latest scientific theories explain this as quantum entanglement. That’s one way to explain it, if you’re a rocket scientist. I prefer to call this, as in this image of starlings in flight …

 the perfection of God.

I wonder …

Animals live in harmony with nature as they create the symphony of Gaia.

It’s a marvelous work of art performed for our eyes and senses every moment of every day.

Too bad most of us can’t be part of the symphony.

Have you ever felt off – you know, something just doesn’t feel right? The way I see it, most humans are out of sync with Gaia. That’s why we feel out of balance and uncomfortable around nature.

The way I see it, humans are a virus, or a cancer. We tend to metastasize and kill complete sections of Gaia’s beauty.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could all learn how to make our dreams come true without the jarring tones of the materialistic, unnatural existence that leaves pellets of cancer cells like excrement in a chicken coop.

Today’s post is brief, but thought-provoking. How about it? Let’s try to add a brush stroke of our own color onto the canvas of Gaia’s life.

Namaste, my friends.

The Dragonfly’s Student

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