• Matts Josefsson

Who's out of control, nature or us?

Uppdaterad: 8 okt 2019

Hello Everyone! I’d like to say a few words about our climate, a topic that is more than hot right now (!). Apparently Mother Earth has suddenly lost her ability to self heal so she needs the help from us humans. This doesn’t make sense to me though, because last time I checked we scored terribly bad in looking after ourselves.

We are the only organism on this planet that does not know how to look after itself; with smoking, drinking, eating too much, fighting amongst ourselves, hating people, hurting others, judging them and ourselves, the list can go on and on, yet WE are going to help Mother Earth to come back to her natural ways. It doesn’t seem logical to me.

What we haven’t considered though is that maybe this is nature looking after itself. The changes in climate, the temperatures, the winds and the water, the fire and the earthquakes, could this be her healing, yet we don’t see it like that. We see it as natural disasters. But they are not disastrous to Mother Earth, it might however be disastrous for us, but is that reason enough to try to fix her instead of ourselves?

Why cannot we look at nature and see that it does what it does because that is what is needed, instead of seeing it as something wrong?

Could it be that the reason we want to fix mother earth and the climate is because she is reflecting to us that we need to start looking at healing ourselves and our more than out of control behaviours?

The reason however for this not happening is that it’s easier to march down the street and demand a change rather than looking at what needs to be healed in our own lives.

Nature is a constant reflection for us to evolve. It reflects beauty but also what needs to be done to heal.

It’s not wrong to want a change but maybe the key to transformation is closer to home than we realise?

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