Climate change

Anytime I hear discussions surrounding climate change, and listen to the explanations of the avid proponents of one-sided scientific theories surrounding it, a picture always comes to mind. But first try this exercise for a context:

“Inhale deeply, then as you heavily exhale place your hand before your mouth. What do you feel, a strong gust of air right? Now pause. Then ask: from where did the willpower come that activated the deep inhalation? Answer: the soul. Hence if you repeat the process slowly, you will notice in the space of time BEFORE you inhaled, there was a subconscious exertion of invisible willpower that subsequently activated the lungs to deeply inhale, which then caused the heavy exhalation…right?”

So when we think of climate change and its host of cataclysms, apply the same concept. A hurricane is an exhalation, an earthquake is like the movement of a limb etc. If all these are just the physical effects, like the exhalation, the logical question arises: From where did the invisible willpower come that is activating these physical processes? The heavier the exhalation, the greater the willpower needed…the same must logically apply to the elements. So greater physical changes means there is greater willpower being exerted. The elements, like our bodies, are physical; and like our bodies an invisible willpower is needed to activate it. Unfortunately, these are logical aspects to the climate change discussions that are never considered, perhaps out of fear of deeper realizations.
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To summarize: So long as a person believes the piano plays itself, they can never perceive the connection between the escalating sound and the intensifying exertion of the artist behind the keyboard. Hence the ostrich of science must be allowed to keep its head comfortably buried in the ground, undisturbed.

~Ikenna Q Ezealah

About Ikenna Q Ezealah

Ikenna Q Ezealah is a writer, author and essayist whose themes embrace human-spiritual development.
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