Meditation – Honor all Creation.
Creation. Humans are simply one part of a larger web of life. No other life form on the planet has damaged the Earth more than humankind. What can we learn from plants and animals in order to move into balance with Nature and honor all creation? Plants take only what they need, add beauty, and live within their appointed boundaries within Nature. Non-human animals take only what they need, offer beauty, live within their appointed boundaries within Nature, and do minimal damage – if any – to the Earth. We’d do well to learn from plants and other animals in how to live in balance with the Earth? As we learn the art of living more mindfully we come into balance with Nature, one another, and all life. Honor the Earth. Honor all creation. Enjoy the journey.
anthony glenn miller
The one who is at one with the Tao
is at one with Nature,
and virtue always exists for he who has virtue.
Tao Te Ching – Chapter 23
The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled.