Reader comment on Barbara Kingsolver's passage ...
On Jan 24, 2013 a wrote:|
When I step into "the wild", I very much sense how small I am in relation to the bigness of everything around me. The sun . . . ocean . . . mountain . . . air . . . soil . . . rock . . . are not dependent on me for their function. I, on the other hand, am very much dependent on them for my existence. Per Divine Order, God created the universe, all things wild, first . . . His people, second. We hurt our home (our world) we hurt ourselves. Per Divine Order, 'the wild' was created, not only, to sustain us, but also, to give us pleasure.