dlslith wrote:dj637 wrote:Just a thought......................... i have always wondered how other living "things" on earth perceive the earth, for example:
a flea on a dogs back - to him his "earth" environment is a large warm living "forrest" with "trees"
a bacteria- thriving and multiplying on a large scale on their "earth", living happily on a rotting apple.
a dust might with a whole mattress to explore to live and eat for their "earth"
is it the same for us?? i mean.....are we like a bacteria living on a rotten apple, or are we like existing on a single cell, and the universe is like the vein, and we're just getting pumped around the system??
if you can understand what im trying to say please feel free to comment, even if it is to say "lay off the drugs!!"
thanks for your time.
Interesting post. Most species are instinctive and just do what's naturally fitting for them, and are comfortable in their environment. We are supposed to be the higher life form, and I use the word supposed for a reason. All of life on earth lives in harmony with the earth, except us. We are nothing compared to the infinite of the vastness of space. Yeah we are smart, probably too smart for our own good, but we are a link in the chain and we are rusting. If you can, imagine an earth without humans. It would flourish. Nothing to destroy it's rain forests, oceans etc. Now don't get me wrong we have plenty of good to offer, unfortunately as a collective we have forsaken mother earth, where all other life has not. They see it as a home, we see it as territorrial and as a conquest
Your scenario puts me in mind of Zitchen (spelled wrong, sorry) yeah, let her be fruitful and multiply and send in the "miners"
dlslith wrote:Fuuny, we are the "smart ones" yet if we actually looked at nature, flora, fauna we might learn a thing or two
It is so true, when you think about the wild and how it thrives without "us" eventually what needed to be done would be done to maintain the balance, but somehow we are almost opposite in our nature.
Not all cultures have been so negative to the gifts of the earth, but attempted to assimilate a reciprocal nature.
That is what I don't like about what seems to be the dominate nature of the thinking / acting of mankind in this day.................
We seem to have such a sense of "entitlement" that we no longer love that which gives us life.
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