british journalism for ma
. . . here taking a teen-ager, wide-awake,
taking us all into what’s next for our mother earth
. . . damn, ARE WE READY FOR THIS ??
. . . and our planet !
( this article’s close to home
after taking it in, do have a look below
per howcome-here )
yes, this is a matter of our next taking our next big step
here at my own personal age way above where i’ve been
now very clear to me how success was that far away
no matter all that formal education & work
basic problem keeping me short -but no, not this dumb !
accordingly here, something like national dyslexia seems reducing us
just now past-world leader USA resembles post WW-II ex-world United Kingdom
but thanks to them now, positive side’s taking place of formal old habits
yes, national UK dyslexia for years showing advanced planet creativity !
we’ll be getting there !!
sorry, now two months later
full of stuffy things close to home
not to mention whatabout-my-country ?
weather today worse than ever
even if for a change colder-vs-hotter
plus personal, plus national age issues
so let’s start our new year up
per MA talking this up-close
. . . 3 beauties recently here on my screen . . .
1. david attenborough’s latest planet earth II, per the guardian’s
90-YR OLD BROADCASTER RETURNED FOR PART 2,
LAVISH 6-PART SERIES STARTED NOV 2016
never seen nature so beautifully done !
2. then, just coming to me from six years ago
blessed cousins of ours
contributing much more than their honey
plus here’s plenty in their crisis
3. ” our melting, shifting, liquid world “
21 poems of climate change read by actor celebrities
READ & HEAR THEM HERE
the guardian’s 2 yr+ online article
. . . not better than by one of my favorite people, thomas berry
forwarded recently by genesis farm for restoring paradise
the article appeared originally in 2003, just before berry left us
it all gets closer & closer, especially here in ugliest of new times
take your time. do let it bring you back to the real
” I have been having coffee with Confucius, for heaven’s sake. This person is as giant a thinker as Confucius -and I’ve been having coffee with him !” Speaking at a conference in Berkeley, California in November 2002, cosmologist Brian Swimme recalls his astonishment after first meeting in 1982 with the person who has emerged as one of the leading thinkers of the world, and who became his primary mentor and co-worker: Thomas Berry. The description seems apt . . . ( finish intro in pdf )
( click on title for pdf – pick your best reading size on title page )