Deep entity with dual spirit. Write about lots of things. Working on a book. Not published. Maybe one day. Anime and monster fan. Looking for love...and financial stability lol. Hope you enjoy any pieces I write.
A Culture of Acceptance
In everything we do we must become more. We must become better at our jobs. Better to our partners. To our children. In everything we do we must seek to grow. The issue we as people struggle with most is acceptance. Indeed as a culture we are trained to NOT accept others. We live in a culture where to be in one must act a certain way, wear certain clothes, think in a certain pattern. If they don't we refuse as a people to acknowledge them or, worse yet, we rebuke punish and shame them. We teach this to our children and reinforce it within ourselves, even if we learn otherwise. We think "I know I am correct. This is right." even if it isn't. This is the struggle our culture faces. This struggle is only changed by self conscious and self aware behavior. It isn't easy. In fact you can successfully accept others for a long time just to find you didn't accept someone for some reason. But if we can all stop and learn to accept each other a bit more. We grow not just as people, a nation or as the world. We grow as a species.
Amongst the Green
Living there amongst the trees, a creature hides behind the leaves. Be it man or be it beast? It sits there silent, strong and neat. With each breath it does declare, that it is watching from deep in there. When you breath you feel it near, on or off the path, it holds you dear. Sanctity and Solitude stand there in the cleft, as you breathe in what is left. Left of a world that is dying, left of a Mother that is crying. Left to a Death where we pant and wheeze. Left to a world bereft of trees... The metal doesn't grow. The concrete has no roots. The skyscraper's screams are not a breath. The smoke is not the babbling brook. To live as a man, to live as a wild man. What will you offer to live amongst trees? For only by tears and sweat will the forest ever be. What it was once to see.