The beings of my garden are all connected in a great web of spirit and matter. We depend on each other for co-creating sacred harmony. With bare feet in wet grass, the divine child walks in innocent all-knowing. All-being. All-seeing. All-receiving. The cycles of Earth turn and spin, leaving traces of stardust carbon. We are One. Each breath, each heartbeat, each seed. Each weed. Curandera. Kurere. Cure - Our Collective Essence. Web of Indra, Our Innernet. Let Nature's organic wholeness be thy medicine. Come, come to my garden. Let the dragonflies dance in the holy fractals of life. We can co-exist in unity and ecstatic song. It smells of rain where I am. What weaves you closer to nature today?
"Just as every person is within me, bound to me in interbeing, so is all of Nature. Nature is our 'larger self.' All our environmental problems stem from the illusion that there is a basic difference between the human self and nature. Once we see through this illusion, we extend our compassion to every other living being. We respond immediately, in the present moment, to suffering anywhere in Nature. But we understand that suffering anywhere is our own suffering. So we must also take care of nature to ease our own suffering.
If we truly know in our hearts that what we do to the Earth we do to ourselves - and what we do to ourselves we do to the Earth - we would think very carefully of the consequence of each action, each word and gesture, each thought. We would think and see beyond our immediate needs and desires, and see how our lives affect the seventh generation. We would be gentle with ourselves, and with our planet for the wonder and love of life we would feel as we realize the miracle and magnitude of our creation. We would love the planet as ourselves."