What keeps our mind occupied day and night?

It’s neither love nor games or success.
It’s actually something nobody should do without.
We live in a bubble which exerts its influence on our health.
No life ever happens in a void.
All life is part of a design in constant flux.
At times we experience great achievements.
At other times we seem to relapse into a state of utter ignorance!
But at every turn we cherish health as a great good.

What can I contribute?

-Expand your horizon! Be curious! Be in the know!-

If we understand the background better,
We have a better understanding of the here and now.
Actually, we can be pro-active and more selective in our choices.
All existence is based on universal rules,
But we not always grasp their subtle significance and depth.
Our essence and consciousness is a reflection from the beyond,
But it’s a filtered reflection tailored to the here and now.
A filtered reflection keeping us alert to specific tasks in the here and now,
Which at times filters out other meaningful interrelations.

What can we change?

Everything in the Universe has some underlying causes.
The course of the Universe is an evolutionary path.
And the evolutionary path is all-encompassing.
Every aspect of nature and life is part of it,
Including diseases that befall nature and people.
Diseases effect people as well as everything else in nature.
Diseases are not manufactured by individuals.
Individuals don’t create singular diseases affecting whole societies.
Diseases are the result of socio-economic changes and progress as well.
Society is responsible for the diseases in different epochs.
And society needs to be held accountable for the diseases they cause.

What is my responsibility?

Looks can be deceiving! and we are not always aware of the underlying danger.
What might looks tempting may contain dangerous toxins.
A banana looks pretty good to us and tastes pretty good too.
We don’t taste everything that is in our food and water.
Pesticide residues don’t announce their presence.
But they certainly affect our individual cells in some way.
Science and studies work hand in hand to help us to better understand.
It’s a fact; chemical-based sunscreen is highly toxic to the coral reefs.
Just as sunscreen washed off our body is bad news for coral reefs around the globe,
So are all the toxic elements that devastate our air, land and water resources.
Industrialization is the major cause for poisoned air, land and water.

Do you really think that all the chemical pollution to our crops, animal feeds, animals that we consume and all the sea animals that are part of the food chain have no effect on the global health of this world?

Not to forget all the pharmaceutical waste that is globally shared with our land and water resources.
Where do you think the toxic chemical elements emitted by methanol plants go?
They are also globally shared where our crops grow and with the water where our fish resources live.
And all the medication given to animals which we consume directly or through their products.
In my mind there is no doubt that all this has an effect on our food resources and ultimately the health of our bodies.
Individuals do carry a certain responsibility for their actions,
But we should not be held accountable for something that we did not deliberately cause.

What do we need to do?

-Be just! Be strong! Be kind!-

Are we responsible when our individual cells react to invaders that we never personally invited into our food chain?
Aren’t these invaders now worldwide in the environment and wreck globally havoc on our health?
Are we responsible for diseases caused by unknown factors to us? I don’t think so.
Pesticide residues in the nurturing fruit as the banana are invisible and tasteless.
They are a danger to anyone who consumes them.
And not only are the consumers of these bananas subjected to this danger,
Farm workers on conventional plantation farms who are coming in contact with the pesticides are directly in the path of dangerous toxins.
The farm workers who come directly in contact with pesticides are pained more often than farm workers on bio farms with dizziness, vomiting or cell changes, which increase the risk for acquiring some kind of cancer.
Considering that diseases are induced through the worldwide industrialization and man-made changes, diseases are a problem that the society is responsible for and needs to be held accountable for.
Society benefits from socio-economic growth,
But it is also responsible for arising problems due to man-made changes in the environment.
There are no isolated environments in this bubble.
All of these occurrences are shared with the whole world.

Culture and life are closely related synonyms.
Culture’s and life’s end is death.
In an ever repeating pattern cultures decay,
And things are simply over and a new epoch has arrived.

© Jan 16, 2018 MUSE (Ute Sonja Elisabeth Medley)

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