“Ocean” Cracked, “Elixir” Freed # 31

At the point of crisis – Master cell: “Keep himself in himself.”

In extremely dangerous situation, when life and death is on the line, mother cell takes over the control. At the edge of survival – when the end seems near (say: when you’re alone and, the supply is cut), the beauty of this cell turns the mind in its favor.

I can say it’s this way. I happened to be in this situation twice, where my very existence was in jeopardy. And yes, I felt the presence. I’ll not go in details, but still say surviving the tides was not tactical. It was less of a fear, more of a magical experience.

After the dust settled, I realized – “Live for today and enjoy every moment” is only one side of the coin. No species and I mean no species has a problem if Humans die. That is what is going to be. The real issue is that, we’ll die for the wrong reasons. Now is the point of crisis for the Earth. If you could plant a tree, or do something else for her, what a worthy final it will be.

Deepak Singh

About Deepak Singh

I’m a writer of non-fiction business books. My first book, Rise Today Lead Tomorrow, was published in 2016. Possess two decades of experience in International Sales, HR, and Trainings before transitioning into writing. My area of focus is in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation, and human behavior. Apart from that, I’m passionate about all things related to personal growth and its cousin, self-discovery. You know what? These two are not a passing interest or flavor of the month, they’re way of life.
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7 Responses to “Ocean” Cracked, “Elixir” Freed # 31

  1. rabirius says:

    Well, I have to ponder about this one a bit more.

  2. smilecalm says:

    i’ll be fertilizing
    a tree, myself 🙂

  3. Deepak Singh says:

    Thank you, smilecalm. I plant trees. Fertilizing is a good idea. I like to do it as well.🌲

  4. Deepak Singh says:

    Thank you so much for this reflection. With your wonderful creativity, you can choose to do it any whichever way.🙂

  5. rabirius says:

    Thank you. I’m on it. 🙂

  6. I’ve pondered the question of why, how, where humanity it going. What caused it. Could we have done differently. Can we do differently. I came up with the following, not possibly the answer I wanted, but an answer.

    © 2019 Barbara Grace Lake

    I saw within a seething orb
    A chance that life might be sustained
    Into its noisome, boiling stew
    Of minerals, raw elements
    I threw a seed, one tiny seed
    The first and foremost building block
    To grow diversely, form and mind
    Plants, animals and later, man

    Each tiny fragment, molecule
    Minutely joins, divides, evolves
    Creating new, rejecting old
    Until the most adaptable
    Survive the harsh environment
    A fiery mass where species die.
    I’m there, but do not interfere
    As nature always knows the way

    Absorbing oxidating bath
    Vast saline oceans swathed the earth
    Birthed demons swimming ancient seas
    Produced half leggeds from the murk
    To feed on plants in marshy bogs
    Some stayed on land became the sires
    Of creatures status still to come
    At genesis it’s change or fail

    One change beyond world memory
    Gave man awareness, reasoning
    In truth, an almost astral power
    If rightly used could help his kind
    Instead man introduced misdeed.
    Though here, I do not interfere
    For man, his life’s in his own hands
    Alone to cure the ills he’s bred

  7. Deepak Singh says:

    I agree. Her status is magnificent. So great, though not kind in our words. She has given everyone this platform, not just to reproduce and enjoy. But to make the platform better for other species, yet to come. Our time is over. We have to leave. We have done all we could. Thank you, Barbara for your wonderful insight. I love your love. Have a nice day.🙂

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