I laugh when I hear the fish in the water is thirsty.
Kabir Das, a 15th century Indian mystic, poet, and saint
“This quote is actually leading into a new book that I’m working on. The apocalypse we now experience is actually the birth pains of something that has never been manifested on our precious Earth before. And, in Greek and Latin, it is referred to as an Anima Mundi, a new world soul, a new world vibration, a new world common sense, a new world vitality. That what’s happening and the deconstruction we experience is the same deconstruction that occurs when something new is born. So I don’t live in fear of dystopia. I am not triggered by the apocalypse. I am urgently committed to a successful birth of a new world for all of us humans and nonhumans alike.”
Larry Ward, Ph.D. author of
America’s Racial Karma: An Invitation to Heal