How does nature pause?
How does nature organise space?
If I agree that nature is an inspiration, how does it apply to human life? I think human beings differ from other beings in their imagination and follow up activity. Imagination is sparked by our experiences. Explore more. Then create. Solo. Together. Co-create for the Earth. What I’m not sure about is Solo. Does solo creation happen before (if we are always shaped by experiences..)? Or can we co-create straight away? How would co-diary work? Co-creation is a most meaningful way to be, so why not allow it to be?
Preservation matters before disasters.
We are all animals. Similar needs.
Roots hold space. But buds navigate.
One zero is complete. But two zeros are infinity. But infinity can have an infinite number of zeros.
Viskas kinta. Tik skirtingais greičiais.
Everything is in flux. But at the different rate.
Co-existence is never fulfilled solo. Because links is what create belonging. Just being. Just give. Balance it with just ask.
If I were to pick one thing from the natural world, it’d be diversity. Snails are slow. Eagles sharp. Seals wet.
And humans vary too!
I’m only learning to accept a sea of personalities, abilities and strengths.
A cell is both, an individual and a part of an arm. And of the body.
Same with humans. We’re on our own but also a part of something bigger by default. A part of a human species. And of a planet Earth. And of the solar system. And of the universe.
And what’s awareness then? Maybe realising which role to play when. Different needs matter then.