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Gaia community moves

March 15, 2010

Over how many lifetimes have libraries been formed
And then destroyed
Books written, then turned to dust
Words set down laboriously, in cavern-like places of stone, lit dimly by golden candlelight
Monks bent over the sacred work
Which is read by but a few, kept hidden for future generations or lost in the realms of antiquity

Over how many hours have films been taken
Family, events, gatherings –all filmed but never seen
Seen then lost
Lost but never forgotten

How many libraries
All saved in the akashic records
Accessible to you and to me and to all who would look

And now the internet, that vast storehouse of immeasurable knowledge
Facts, figures, data, news, inspirations, images
Much available freely, cyberspace where we first knew only the etheric or the physical
Shows that data moves.
Geocities – still in awareness
Gaia is shutting down.

Wayback engines, website backups.
Who writes, who reads, who digests, who is transformed,
Who saves?
Do you know?

What do we save in yet another cyber room?
What do we let go?
Somewhere, a little Blip is journeying
It’s a book whose next chapter is being written
Chasing Gaia

And all the while, I laugh, in joy, at the freedoms that moves provide us.
The heart is aware.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 15, 2010 2:41 pm

    I am laughing and sometimes sad as I move briskly and freely with these changes. Lovely post Meenakshi.

  2. March 15, 2010 5:07 pm

    And here we meet now, Terrill. The seeds dispersed into Gaia and now we’re spreading outward, seeming sometimes to be distant from each other but perhaps the www is also not as wide as we might fear! We’ll meet those whom the heart calls out to.

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