Technology Assumed

Technology Assumed
we take on technology
some with ease, some cannot change
our ways of living speeding up
our ways of doing rearranged
technologically advanced
but what have we created?
it is a loss of the natural
that cannot be antiquated
let us not assume
let us put to the test
what we have that does not serve
let us review and digest
let us support beauty and life
to end suffering and strife
let us repurpose with the latest
that application of scientific knowledge
engineering our new world
building the beautiful new
with the technology of love
as below, as above
gagi     11/16/22


lost in the process of classification
defining a word that needs explanation
expanding into the field of chemistry
and the natural/unnatural forms of bio-mystery
water is a monomer in its simplest form
when as a gas it does not need to conform
cooled to a liquid, influenced by its neighbours
it now has complications and different behaviours
these mysteries of chemistry will help to discern
how a heated up planet and her waters will learn
learn to adjust, learn to compensate
and how all of life will still inter-relate
gagi     11/11/22

Something Important

Something Important
it came after reading
a children’s book about time
beautifully researched
not the nursery tale kind
it was all about history
illustrations all thru
showing each new understanding and
how thru time our understanding grew
on the third to last page
from scientist Stephen Hawking
it relates:
“since the arrow of time moves
in the direction of disorder
 (as the universe expands)
time can only go forward, not backward.
If time ran backward,
you would remember the future.”
full stop
oft what we bring back from dreamtime
having travelled to the beyond
is later realized when we live it
witnessing how to the dream we respond
as we are awakening
into our dreams that feel more real
than our old ways of living
we feel the new ways congeal
we recognize as
our dreams now take form
we have dreamed our future
bringing it back to be born
gagi     11/01/22
quoted from On Time, From Seasons to Split Seconds
by Gloria Skurzynski, published by the National Geographic Society
published in 2000