ENERGY: Supply and Demand

By now you must have figured out that I am deeply steeped in metaphysics. Some think this is bullshit. Perhaps.

I think you’d have to be living in an alternate reality to deny the kind of danger we have created for ourselves on this fair and fragile spaceship, Earth. It seems evident that our task is, has always been, survival. How ironic is it that by creating an abundance of creature comforts we are destroying the very life we are sustaining? While we are desperately trying to right the wrongs of our self-destructive path, we are not keeping pace with the speed of destruction. If you are like me, you might need some audio-visual facts to convince you that we better get on the stick. Start here:

Many of you are already proactive in your efforts to be green. Cool and thank you.

What does this have to do with metaphysics? Nothing. And Everything.

For some it is easy to ignore the obvious and do absolutely nothing to change the course of history. For others, like me, it feels like a Herculean task to address the problems we have created for ourselves. I really like to feel I am not alone in my fears and am drawn towards the concept of connection. I worship the god of Energy. I believe with every fiber of my being we are all connected. Just like flesh and bones, our planet is composed of interdependent components: all parts are necessary in order to thrive. Energy is the tie that binds.

Whatever your beliefs, you might want to explore some radical alternative ideas that could actually change your mind. When the mind changes, everything is possible.

Let’s live in possibility:

Posted on November 6, 2010 and filed under Un-Blog Me!.