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Incredible photos by Lisa Sorgini

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Apr 12, 2014

since so many people are bashing Beck’s awesome new album my husband decided to throw up a cover in appreciation. I happen to think Beck’s new album is something of an enigmatic wonder.

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The food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe… it all comes from nature. So why would we want to destroy it with pointless greed when all we have ever needed has been here all along, provided to us by the very place that took billions of years to blend and mold and become the perfect home for us? It’s so funny how a hundred years ago, a person named Nikola Tesla had discovered a way to create and distribute free energy for all humans on earth that would not pollute or contaminate our natural resources, and it did not require drilling and fracking our land and waters to get stupid oil, and risk countless lives for mere profit. And how thousands of years ago humans were able to harness natural energy that did not pollute to run their empires. And how all that knowledge, and all that effort, was swept under the carpet, what could have been the basis of our lives today, without harming the natural environment we so need to survive, and live in harmony with. The sun itself provides enough energy in one day for our entire nation to live on for years. It’s so funny how the wicked override the compassionate. It’s easy to cry over it all. To see how this all could have been prevented and cared for in a much better way if people could just understand that every human, and every living thing on this planet, has survived all this time, and we deserve to keep on surviving. Meaning, nature has been providing for us for millions upon millions of years, and we have no right to determine what is the proper way or ‘better’ way to live. How old is money? How old is nature? One of these things is far more important than the other, and if humans would have ever figured that out, we would be living in a much cleaner, less fragile world, than we do now.
Something I wrote last night.
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