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Life and Death Perspectives

Psychologists,
sociologists,
anthropologists,
and theologians, curiously,
are more likely to confuse the tragic end
of sacred EarthLife’s developmental end of significance.

Environmentalists,
holistic ecologists,
integral biologists,
students of pre-historic religious re-connecting rapture
are less likely
to collapse the sacred value of all life systems
into a monopoly of anthrolife,
both godless and goddessly,
both loveless and lovely,
both lost and found,
both barely tolerated and gracefully esteemed,
both survived today and thriving toward tomorrows.

A wider multicultural awareness
of healthy wealthy ecosystems
is less likely to reduce all wise cultural values
omitting pre-verbal and pre-anthro history
of life and death experiences,

Never alphabetized
or quantified
by retold human history
of anthro-regenerative life
and degenerative biosystemic death narratives.

Life as regenerating love experience,
death as lost and degenerating images
of future inside-only integrally known events;
These two, ecto-life and endo-death,
are much older
hoary
ancient,
more sacred, divine memory
than mere human monopolistic imaging
of Earth’s imagined bio-health value
and future opportunities for resonant
regenerative resilience

Re-imagining life and death
histories of EarthLife
told and untold
evokes verbal thoughts
about feeling ecologically connected,
theologically re-connecting reverberating sacred Words,

Dancing rituals,
sung and whistled and chirped and roared exclamations,
celebrations and eulogies

Of Earth re/de-generative creation
in and through spiral cycles,
power and light re/de-volution
of dying life
and death reviving.

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