It's Up To Us (And Everyone Else)...
It's up to us humans (and every creature, obviously, but I doubt they'll be reading this blog!) to make ourselves aware of the 'bigger picture' (how our planet is actually structured to contain us all and keep us all going) and then we can zone in on our personal situations, like sharing the territory spaces that we commonly call 'gardens'.
Once we have zoned right into the intricacies of our personal situations, we really just need one set of instructions on how to share our spaces and how to interact. We could just ask, "What do I want, what do you want, is there a way that we can BOTH have what we want and thrive together?" To give some very specific and practical examples, you're welcome to check out some work I did with a local Council, a Church and find out what a 'Happiness Hub' is.
* A NOTE... This blog is to keep examining - in even greater detail - aspects of the factually proven presentations already offered in this Handbook.
As we keep going into more detail - expanding on the planetary structure that literally holds us all, as featured in the Handbook - it may appear that some of these blog posts are more written as though they've popped up out of a 'self help manual' rather than being written in relation to a Handbook focusing on planetary welfare and the practical, expert awareness of how our planet is structured to thrive, as a whole.
So, to get ahead of any potential misassumptions, I am offering this little pre-emptive note...
Our relationship with our whole planet and our treatment of ourselves and all other creatures (our planet as a whole) acts as a foundation for ALL of our human actions AND then of course the impact that we have.
Right now, as a human 'global' society (what most of us humans have in common as a global 'attitude', no matter where we're located in the planet) we are 'lost in the woods, unable to see the wood for the trees' so to speak, and we are so unaware of of the bigger picture (how our planet actually works) that we are holding ourselves and a lot of other creatures back from experiencing an 'optimally thriving planet'.
It's all about how we live, 'who' we sustain ourselves on and how we serve one another to thrive. (Ie. All of the corporate or even non profit organisations that we run or work for are all just really about 'serving' one another to thrive in particular ways - whether we're selling one another a lipstick, a lottery ticket or offering a cleaning service or compassion fatigue sessions - and ALL need to be in alignment with the 'bigger picture'...
We can’t 'save the bees' or 'save the polar bears' or put an end to human homelessness until we’re aware of and living in accordance with the bigger picture of how our planet is actually structured and how it keeps itself ticking over.