Posts Tagged ‘ nature ’

A Thought on Vegan Morality

I think people do not realize that plants are living creatures too. It probably hurts like hell to be pruned and harvested and consumed. Nature is just that way. Animals eat other animals alive in a very vicious process. Plants choke each other out and fight for sun and nutrients. We humans have these unrealistic ideals because nature has become foreign to us and we think we can make everything a fair system according to every living thing. But we can’t. There are processes that are necessary to life. The best thing we can do is embrace the self evident and find meaning to it all.

A Fresh Immortal Exists in Innocence

Try to embrace the circle of life and not be the judge of such an incredible process where nature eats itself to 1) maintain freshness and innocence, and 2) achieve immortality.

I was a naive hippie.

I once was a naive hippie who thought the plants and trees were more evolved in their nature because they were peaceful and I enjoyed their company.  Once I really got to know them, they showed me they were far more brutal than I and that they were strong enough to face the reality of the situation.  We humans have strange needs for irrelevant concepts and ideals that can only exist in our minds.  We are so afraid of being unhappy with things that we end up living in a desperate delusion.  What fools we are!

-Travis The Traveler

It Will Move

Everything is in context or in relation to another

Even that which is set in stone

is erased by the motion of life

What can we know without a doubt?

It will move.

To Preserve or Renew?

Preservation implies an inevitable ending.
Renewal implies adapting.
To preserve is to serve something before it exists, such as death.
To renew is to make it new again of course.
Preservation is as relevant as we wish it to be and will likely be fought for. It is a concept born of the avoidance of death rather than the pursuit of life. This is not a matter of fact, but a matter of choice and perspective given the main variable is our own self.

This Was Not Our Home

Our struggle to adapt

is all that need be shown

to be self evident that

this was not our home.

 

– Travis The Traveler

Listen

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Everything perceivable is communicating with us

The ability to interpret it is our evolution.

 

– Artwork by Travis the Traveler

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