Stewardship of the planet

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Imagine as a human collective we were souls. After death being re-born.

Not a new concept.

We are re-born into a new human vessel, to continue the stewardship of the planet and its new children. Our consciousness evolves after each rebirth & therefore our collective consciousness heightens.

What does a heightened collective consciousness look like. Think about the most influential souls on the planet.

They want to free people
Replant destroyed forests
Protect endangered animal species
Move to a plant-based diet
Invest in the least funded nations
Share information freely
Connect people from one side of the planet to another
Allow travel to experience different cultures

To appreciate the planet and its children.

These actions are of those with a heightened consciousness.

If we do happen to be souls who return again, to continue our true job, a steward to the planet and a guide for the children.

Then we have a strong reason to be for positive change.

To give our souls and the souls of our children a beautiful planet to return to.

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The tragedy that is Notre-Dame

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As the human population raises its consciousness over time.

We begin to question things that we had very little information on in the past.

Why are we farming animals for consumption?

Why are we dropping tankers of oil into the ocean?
Why are plastics used unrecyclable?

Why do we need a house full of ‘stuff’?

Why can’t we work a 4-day week?

What do we do once artificial intelligence removes entire layers from the cake that is the corporation?

What do we do once artificial intelligence removes entire layers from the cake that is the corporation?

What do we do once artificial intelligence removes entire layers from the cake that is the corporation?

What do we do once artificial intelligence removes entire layers from the cake that is the corporation?

The biggest question, however, is, why on earth

Is there still war?
Still hunger?
Still people with no shelter?

Children with no parents?

In an age when Apple corporation has £285 billion cash in the bank.

And societies consciousness edges ever higher.

There will be a shift in understanding.

A prime example of that is the instant response to the Notre-Damme fire.

And don’t get me wrong, to see history, art, a place of spiritual fortitude for many be destroyed. That is a sad day.

However.

Billionaires of Gucci and Louise Vuitton and others pledge hundreds of millions to rebuild the cathedral.

I personally believe 50 years ago; this would have been seen as an honourable and their names would have been regarded highly.

Unfortunately for them, society is now very much aware of the disproportionate spread of wealth, health, education…basic human needs.

Which begs the question, is the £8 billion and 40 years it will take to rebuild the Notre-Damme worth it?

Everything is impermanent.

Yet the stories we tell ourselves as humans don’t seem to be.

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The tragedy that is Notre-Dame

Reading Time: 1 minute

As the human population raises its consciousness over time.

We begin to question things that we had very little information on in the past.

Why are we farming animals for consumption?
Why are we dropping tankers of oil into the ocean?
Why are plastics used unrecyclable?
Why do we need a house full of ‘stuff’?
Why can’t we work a 4-day week?
What do we do once artificial intelligence removes entire layers from the cake that is the corporation?

The biggest question, however, is, why on earth,

Is there still war?
Still hunger?
Still people with no shelter?
Children with no parents?

In an age when Apple corporation has £285 billion cash in the bank.
And societies consciousness edges ever higher.

There will be a shift in understanding.

A prime example of that is the instant response to the Notre-Damme fire.

And don’t get me wrong, to see history, art, a place of spiritual fortitude for many be destroyed. That is a sad day.

However.

Billionaires of Gucci and Louise Vuitton and others pledge hundreds of millions to rebuild the cathedral.

I personally believe 15 years ago; this would have been seen as an honourable and their names would have been regarded highly.

Unfortunately for them, society is now very much aware of the disproportionate spread of wealth, health, education…basic human needs.

So, is the £8 billion and 40 years it will take to rebuild the Notre-Dame worth it?

Everything is impermanent.

Yet the stories we tell ourselves as humans don’t seem to be.

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