Blue Planet – Transitory Host of Organisms
There was a dream last week that made me shiver and I tried to dismiss it as an imprint from one of those fantasy-filled movies. An apocalyptic film seemed vivid in the few minutes it played out in the privacy of my own sleeping mind.
A beautiful planet was being shown like in a nature documentary. People were seen on an icy landscape preparing to feast on sushi and plants and other types of food. Panning from the sky view looking down, silhouettes of giant fish were seen swimming around the people. An eerie feeling came on as the table may literally be turned in the next few scenes and the people will become the meal.
In a planet being depleted of natural resources by humans who are not able to satisfy themselves with any amount of organic properties, the strange theory of how other organisms are probably getting hungry may not be far-fetched as they will need to feed on what is available on the planet. Like dinosaurs, humans may be the next organic fuel for future residents of the blue planet. As they kill each other, as viruses and bacteria overcome their weakened immune system, and as they become more mentally irrational, as the weather pattern changes and poisoned waters affect food supply, human beings are being broken down just like any other organism. The planet will find a way to keep the balance of life; with less humans, more trees and animals will be replenished. Time is on its side.
Perhaps, those who are experimenting with the possibility of traveling to another planet can see this coming. It might be time to relocate or at least move away from the things that break down the human organism. Each individual will need to stop looking for a savior or a leader or a partner to make the lifesaving decisions – consider how to give up being greedy, to give up hurting other humans, to give up the mental suffering by being kinder to yourself.
It does not matter where we are in the so-called financial wealth status; other organisms only care about organic material which they need to feed on or compete with in order to survive. Those who live the simple life of living within their means and taking what they need and giving back by planting and sharing may be the heroes in the end of this dark theory. Co-existing with other organisms in this great blue planet may be the sequel for humanity.
From a Native American book, I remember reading how to be a responsible ancestor. Many cultures pay respect to their ancestors. I have this short, temporary time on the blue home planet. I want to gift the future my organic self, which I have cared for by keeping it as clean as I can from harmful thoughts and practices. It’s not perfect, but I will try to endure. I want to live well. I want to sleep eternally well.
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