Thursday, April 05, 2018

Hemp was the blessing, oil is the curse

Micro-plastic, as well as plastic itself have invaded the world. From the oceans to the human body itself, plastic is everywhere.

I live in a ‘Ychuv’, a settlement, not really because of any ‘Great Israel’ theory indeed but because it is cheap, quiet and somehow illegal. Since the age of 15, I hate boundaries. Of all kinds. In most ‘Ychuvim’, there is a small petting zoo with few domestic animals. Here, there are hens, a peacock, some rabbits and a goat. A few days ago, I drove by and spotted the goat eating a beautiful chunk of blue plastic, some 20 inches by 5 more or less. I did not stop to take it out of its mouth. I definitely could but I didn’t.

I, who write tirelessly about life am myself overwhelmed with the general situation. I am done. And this has popped out in my mind because of the goat and its blue plastic sheet.

There is a general belief that people in the world are in different stages of evolution thanks to civilizational discrepancies. That is wrong. Beyond the apparent differences of culture and way of life, man is evolving at a rather similar pace, be that in the Amazon forest or Zürich, Switzerland. And because the majority of humanity has chosen the path of progress for money, all of mankind has entered into some kind of desperate, degenerate and fatalistic mood. So be it !

Man has renegaded nature with his 'über-mensch' culture and nature is now evading humanity ...
from the inside.

Hemp was the natural elevation, oil is the sinking destiny.


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