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An Earthbeat message from Zimbabwe showing that most people in urban environments are at risk of food shortages due to dependence on supply chains. At the same time urban environments pollute and burn irresponsibly our direct source for health and self suffciency. This can be done differently with a new mindset. As the young lady says in the video “At first I did not understand why my mother insisted in growing her own food. She could get it from the store….”……
The Earthbeat video challenge is gathering messages from all over the world. This one is from young people in Turkey that try to retain ancient knowledge about the natural food that surrounds us in nature. It can be key to save many lives now that food crises are more and more emminent due to climate change and manipulation of our environment.
What do these three words have in common? They determine the energy usage of human beings. In reality they are the three essentials of life.
Food is obviously used for nutrition, needed to provide us with the necessary energy to grow to adulthood and function as a living organism.
Fire refers to every means of combustion that we need to heat ourselves, cook, produce or automate our mobility.
Fun is the most difficult to understand to the full. Most of our appliances at home are related to making life comfortably easy. It takes our attention away from the troubles and gives us time to fulfil our lifetime with joyful things. It has become quite an industry.
What people forget is that fun is a direct derivative from the molecular frequencies of attraction that connects matter in a purposeful and living manner (see my blogs about the secrets of life). The way we smell, talk, look, taste, feel, sense, behave and interpret perception, triggers the energy of motivation around feelings of love, fear, attraction or repellent.
Fun has a bigger impact on the human nature than anything else. It is the energy that makes us reproduce, create partnerships, care about things, experiment or take risks.
When we refer to sustainable human progress nearly all global leadership attention goes to food and fire because they can be commercialized and politicized in an economic system. Yet our productivity, peace, creativity and progress is not determined by food or fire but the amount we smile!
Measures of progress are not determined by how good we feel but how much fun we have!