Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Feel so sorry

Feel so sorry, looking at the deer and wondering what is going on. How do you tell a deer your poor? Trying to tell some one my link with these forest friends is very difficult. It's not just a few animals but families that are living in this valley with me. I really see a need to help the wild life but others see it as just another animal, that they can do it on their own. There weren’t all these houses here before where they could do it on their own. When you don't see animals in the forest it's not because the moved away, it's because they have died off. Since injecting some help into the forest here so much more life mammals, birds, reptiles and plants have been coming back to a somewhat normal levels. I'm as much a part of their family as they are a part of mine.
There was a show on PBS the other day with the question why are the seals of the coast dieing? I didn't have to think long, it's that lack of animals up stream not filtering the water properly that is causing the down stream problems. Any time the balance of the eco system becomes upset it tries to compensate to get it back on course.

It’s the same with global warming; the earth wants to keep itself in a balance but that balance doesn’t work out on some people balance sheet. What a trade off, life on earth or lots of money for a short period of time. I guess it always boils down to the haves and the have-nots’.  Some one always pushing some sort of idealism that may look good for now but in the long run leads to wars, loss of cultures, loss of people. What do you tell your tribe, “Sorry, we made a bad deal many years ago and have to live with it, whether you like it or not.”

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