VIEWED as the dependable Gaia, our Mother Earth is a beautiful and bountiful haven for life in the cosmos.
But day to day living here represents a wide variety of experiences, not all of them necessarily compatible.
For example, artists, writers, poets, mathematicians, shamans, homeless persons, business people, storm chasers.
Each of them experiences our shared planet through their own unique lens.
Each hears, sees, tastes and feels based upon their particular worldview, and these unique affectations manifest in an infinitude of variations.
“Why is it that one person sees poetry in a cabbage or a pig with her little ones,” H. P. Blavatsky asks,
“while another will perceive in the loftiest things only their lowest and most material aspect.”