Savvy Raj

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States of being

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What is happening to our state of being

Our air is impure

Our waters are polluted

Our seasons are erratic

Our forests are fast disappearing

Our land is reclaimed

Our food is contaminated

Almost every kind of food and medicine

Is adulterated.

Our fruits are ripened with chemicals.

Our rice is turning plastic

Our vegetables are genetically modified

Nothing feels real anymore

What is happening to the real?

Is anything authentic at all?

We are living in a virtual world

What is pure and what is contaminated?

We are living in a world of unethical practices.

How do we stay aware?

To spot the differences

To find the real among these fakes.
We are sadly in a world without ethical practices in businesses. We need to find ways to sustain our world . It begins with each of us. As each step to change for better and find solutions starts with understanding the issues up close.

Savvy

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Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor

20 thoughts on “States of being

  1. Hat’s off for this dear.. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘’πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

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  2. Such a relevant post ……… It’s a worrisome situation….. I wonder where is all this leading us

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  3. Strange that we are the culprits as well as the victims here.

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  4. The cannibals are themselves eaten? In WW2, we had rationing, so we grew more vegetables and fruit. We may have had little meat and sugar….but we dined on FRESH vegs such as onions, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, cabbage, swede, turnips, peas and spinach. At times, we had chickens ,so our own eggs, also runner beans, marrow, strawberries, loganberries, raspberries,blackberries, apples and pears. None of it tinned or artificial. Most biscuits and cakes were home-made too. My mother was an ace cook. How times have changed!

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    • Yes there was joy and contentment in the simple and ordinary back then.
      There was a certain wholesomeness that is missing now ….everything seems too artificial and unnatural

      Great to know about your mom too!! πŸ™

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  5. A much-needed reminder and eye-opener, Savvy!

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  6. Thanks, Savvy. Looking back, we had so much less of everything, but I never once felt deprived. Although we had indoor plumbing, in the 40’s we had no central heating, very little alternative heating,no telephone or television. Of course,progress is necessary and applauded but people do seem greedier now! Peace and love .Joy x

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    • Yes Joy, contentment is the realization of how much we already have . It is somehow not given much value any more for it is replaced with never ending materialistic desires
      Btw I truly appreciate your name .JoyπŸ˜‡
      Lots of goodwill
      Savvy

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  7. Thank you for your kind words. Many years ago….I was the first grand-child on both sides! Good feelings are contagious, aren’t they’Bless you. x

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