If Truths Acclimate Climates
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My own "yes-AND" appreciative commentary in brackets. G. O. Dillenbeck
Truth is a fertile feisty feather
pushed off to the academic side.
Truths are climates of feathers
within which creative co-empathic minds transgenerationally reside.
"At the beginning of the twenty-first century,
for the luckiest
people who have ever been born,
[high-risk and opportunity for co-empathic ego/eco-consciousness]
it seems that our passionate pursuit of individuation
has reached its apex [EgoLeft YangDominant climax]."
"We have discovered that we are [also] part of a vast,
[polynomial, polycultural, polypathic, polymorphic, polysymbiotic, polyphonic]
that is [climate creolizing] evolving right now,
[AND Other AND Earth
as WinWinWin ego/eco-cooperative ecopolitical
"And our ability to recognize this vast [healthy/pathological climate] trajectory
that lies behind us
and that still lives within us
allows us to appreciate
the tremendous significance of the [great transitional] moment
we are [evolving] in."
The awakening of this evolutionary
[dipolar co-arising (0)-sum ego/ecosystemic] comprehension
shatters the postmodern predicament."
[Concerning creative design
as more sacred-divinely trusting omnipotence
or more humanely natural-empathic copresence
co-arising within Earth's ReGenerative Tribes;
and our positive answer is Both-And Yes!].
And it is up to those of us who recognize this liberating [dual-destiny] context--
the luckiest [bicameral balancing] people in the world--
to make ourselves available
to the [co-arising] energy and [co]intelligence that has,
over tens of thousands of years,
patiently cultivated our human capacity
for higher [and deeper listening] consciousness
and [Tao of Revolutionary-ReGenerate Zerocracy] cognition,
so that it [regenerative healthy ecopolitical intent]
can take the next [cooperative networking WinWin] step,
through us and as us."
Andrew Cohen, "Evolutionary Enlightenment, pp. 83-84, 2011, SelectBooks
Copyright © Gerald Dillenbeck | Year Posted 2016