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As we move further away from our nature and closer towards a technocracy

A great divide will start to become clearer

This won’t be a divide between rich and poor

Nor black and white

Nor the bourgeoisie and the proletariats

But rather a divide between urban and rural

Those who continue to flock to the cities to be part of the emerging order

And those who return to the land.

Those who remain dependent on a system

And those who choose to be self sufficient

Those who show faith and trust in their governments to save them

And those who answer to a higher authority

It will be a spiritual struggle as much as a practical one.

Food security, access to fresh water, employment, geographic mobility and mandated medicine will all emerge as the great challenges of our time.

Not just creating a divide between us and nature

But at an even deeper level, a greater divide within even ourselves.

Between who we are and were born to be

And what we voluntarily allow ourselves to become –

No longer working in harmony with nature, but pretending to be above it, so we can go on playing God.

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