January 16, 2019
Create your future graphic

Quotes from “A Higher Conversation”

One can talk about Understanding, we can imagine understanding, we can think about understanding, we can hold understanding as an idea conceptually, but until we express it, we cannot experience it. And we can never have an opportunity to experience these, until life provides you with such an opportunity. This is what happens in our daily life, embrace it. We cannot experience what we are, except in the presence of what you are not. We cannot experience unless it is in a contextual field that includes its opposite. A common mistake, we make is choosing what is best for us, […]
January 17, 2019
Broken Relationship

A Broken Relationship

The planet we live in is the third planet from the sun. Our planet is 5 billion years old; we have had three atmospheres during this time. The first atmosphere was helium and hydrogen. This did not last long, because the planet was too hot. Volcanic eruptions led to emissions of steam and carbon dioxide. This was our second atmosphere. Later the water vapor condensed to form the oceans that cover most of the planet we have now. About 3 billion years ago, two different types of bacteria started to form, releasing oxygen and nitrogen. This became our third atmosphere. […]
July 17, 2019

Diversity is a Way of Life – Our Way of Life

Another Way to be Human is to embrace diversity as seen on Earth, everywhere. Not only are humans diverse, but so are the animals who live in our forests and oceans. For a long time, the significance of biological diversity in the world’s forests and oceans was unclear. It is now known to play a vital role in maintaining the functionality and productivity of our ecosystems. It also makes habitats more resilient to environmental change. But the well-balanced species communities are becoming increasingly unstable. This holds true for human diversity on earth. It is vital to understand human diversity in […]
August 23, 2019

It’s Been a While

This is our Neighbourhood Park and waterfront. I spend a lot of time here watching a flock of geese march up and down, from the water to land and back. You can find me sitting down amongst the park trees, typing on my laptop, writing the next lines on my science fiction book set in the year 2045. The goose acts like a muse to me, inspiring me to come up with strange tales of fiction, woven around space, metaphysics, unseen and unheard technologies. Goose is singular, geese is plural, and the collective noun is flock, very clear with no […]