In my last blog, I talked about Mo’s message on the idea of death. In speaking with Mo, I realized that death shouldn’t be viewed as a morbid thing; it’s the start of a new journey in the spiritual world. The effect this perspective had on me was so powerful, that in this blog I will be touching on another jewel that Mo has bestowed upon me.
This message was one that was very alarming to me, but sometimes it takes shock value for us to see the importance in something. What Mo opened my eyes to was that our wars now are waged over oil, but in the future- we will have to prepare for wars over water. The world is seventy percent water; something that should never be sparse. But our water has now become limited due to our greed and lack of appreciation for what this planet has always offered us for free.
What Mo explained to me was often, projects like the Dakota Access Pipeline are built underneath main water sources. When the pipes burst and the oil leaks the water that provides life for all is contaminated. This kills the animals that live in the water and makes the water undrinkable for animals that roam the land and the people who rely on it. So, it becomes a huge cycle that affects us all one way or another. If you are a human that cares about our land and animals, this should be a reason to speak out and do something.
But Mo even flipped it from another angle. If you’re a blue-collar person who believes in creating more job opportunities, realize that the pipelines actually take jobs away. Being told that this pipeline would create more jobs is false. When you think about oil, for it to be transferred you need trucks or cargo ships to transport the oil- which creates job opportunities. The pipeline takes away these jobs because it does the transporting of the oil itself. So, if you aren’t an environmentalist or don’t feel much connection to our land, this is a way to look at the negative effects of the pipeline.
We must protect and value our land and animals, as what happens to them is happening to us.
Most importantly, we can all see the wars we’ve entered due to resources like oil. Imagine the war we’d be in if we were fighting over things like water- something that we need and cannot live without. Mo opened my eyes to this understanding and now I want to open the eyes of all my readers. We must protect and value our land and animals, as what happens to them is happening to us. Whether you want to acknowledge it or not, it is a fact that we are destroying our planet. And when there is no planet left to destroy, that will be it for humanity. But if we learn to better coexist with the world around us, that can change. So, I need all my readers to stand up, speak out, and do what you can to rewild ourselves and our world. Protect this earth that has provided us with so much.
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