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Monday, 16 January 2017

Stepping Back to View Our Place on Earth


We are an evolving people with a soul-mind capacity that stretches way beyond our physical body. In our visions of creativity we have no limits. Our daydreams are full of wonderful uplifting beauty that brings endless possibilities. The fear in us restricts, subdues and ridicules our fluid energetic concepts, reducing them to fantasies we all must grow out of. Along with that we have created systems of living where failure to conform to the typical way of life can have you living on the streets.

As we move into a robotic age it is said that creativity will be most highly valued, because most manual occupations will no longer be viable employment. This will move humanity back into a creative emotional compassionate space that is in keeping with our true nature. This will force us to step back and view our place on Earth. Humanity is a species that is shrouded in a mist that prevents clear vision; there are glimpses but never enough real effort on humanity’s part to see clearly. Is this mist a sort of protection from the realities that individuals do not want to face?

This coming of the robotic age brings upheaval and we re-position ourselves and reduced issues of the lazy mind which we created in our efforts to bring ease and comfort. Younger generations where everything has been thoughtfully provided may not reach their full potential as a result. Screens and devices should never overtake the role of parenting. Show them, teach them, and love them; take them into the fresh air, let them run and explore and find the insight and creativity they deserve. Have conversations in open air settings and they will flourish. Influence their creative natures with stories, art, history, science, geography and spirituality. Let them be emotionally intelligent beings that aren’t afraid to see the beauty and problems of life on Earth. Awareness is our greatest friend; from here we can give freedom to the uplifting visions that wander through our minds.

Sharon D Bush
Writer   Historian   Artisan   Sage     

Book: The Scrolls of Wisdom, philosophical/spiritual self-help book finished (on the final edit – looking for publishers).