Today something moved me but not in the usual “inspired” way,it was more a call to action and a summon to voice what couldn’t be spoken!
I walked along my usual path today but was guided by something or someone else’s hand and shown what I (whom tried to brand myself a concerned citizen) had been blind to or previously immune to hearing the message.
Through Divine vision, I was shown the impact that the human race is making in the destruction of the earth, the destruction of wildlife’s habitat and the loss of wildlife due to inhabitable homes as well as pollution from waste and litter. A sadness swept over me as I recalled the beautiful ducks I visited with the other day or the beautiful bird who I befriended. Who sang me her song as I walked to work! I sensed the sadness of these precious creatures at the loss of their loved ones and the loss of their homes. As humans, we know the difficulty that having to relocate can be on our own families especially in a world with so many predators! Animals probably feel same fear and loss as they have souls and are God’s creation just as we are!!
I would hate people throwing garbage in my yard – sadly it’s happened and it makes me livid !! I think we as a human race need to step back and think about how our indifference and poor attitude affects everything from our families and the wildlife families to the future generations that will inherit our mess.
Think twice before you toss the coffee cup in a snow bank, the wrapper on the ground or the cigarette but In someone’s lawn.
There was so much waste rotting away and destroying and littering the homes of Mother Nature’s beautiful creatures that mt heart felt heavy as I saw the destruction through the eyes of the animals and plants that call the area home. It makes me realize how hypercritical people are; since in one breath they show concern and care for rheir off spring however treat the land that their off spring will inherit with such disregard and disrespect
I saw so much litter, cigarette buts, garbage and old rotting furniture that I could have taken hours of photos instead of the half an hour I spent as I walked and was guided by the animals I have com to know along my daily journey. I struggle to express how devastating the outcome will be for our future generations if we continue to treat Mother Nature as our personal garbage can and ashtray.