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Somewhere in the midst of our humanity we seem to have lost our way.

Where did it all go so wrong?

At what point did we turn our back on the nature of things, trying to recreate the universe in our own image

Perhaps something did happen at the tree of knowledge?

Something that turned reality on its head

Where we replaced the creator with our own creations.

Inverting reality and turning the world upside down.

We’ve taken those things that serve our ego and cater to our earthly desires

And started calling them good.

Have we become too smart for our own sake?

Embracing science as a new religion and scientists as demi-gods

Driven by our intellect and emotion,

And not nearly enough by what dwells in the heart –

We allow ourselves to be governed by the laws of man, whilst ignoring the laws that are inscribed in our nature

And the more we pursue earthly riches, the further away we drift

No closer to home, forever lost in the wilderness.

It’s only when we return to our nature, that deep calling inside of us

That the path becomes clear.

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