Personally I am beginning to despair of humanity who just don't seem to understand how to co-exist with nature. Australia is a case in point where we seem to have little idea how to live in such a fragile environment. Fear not for the world it will survive probably without us.
Certainly, as frail as we may believe the planet to be, it has existed and prevailed through so much more than our petty wars and the pieces of her/he that we continue to steal. Not that that justifies any of it. Whatever conscious decisions we choose to make with our time here, hopefully we acknowledge the stars that we have scattered from. You're right about co-existence; learning to share is essential, just as Earth must with her/his friends in the galaxy.
I really like your Jack London quote. So true!Nice to meet you, and welcome to the Challenge!KarenGA to Z Challenge Host
Hello Karen, thanks for stopping by. That Jack London, with his wild call and white fang, has helped me through. Nice to meet you, as well. This is my first year with the challenge and I love it!
Love, love, love this!
Thank you, Jen!
That's a great marriage between picture and poem. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for your lovely comment.---Damyanti, Co-host A to Z Challenge April 2012Twitter: @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge
Thanks for visiting. Your daily exercise is always so complete.
Absolutely beautiful picture and the perfect match for that incredible poem. Brilliant post Archna.
Thank you Annie. This picture makes it easy to find words.