I'm really sorry about all this. I've been distracted with my own stuff and haven't been in touch very much recently, but I know you're having a hard time, too. My last trip to Mexico was something of a life-saver, though, so thank you for that. I'd forgotten how much I need that kind of beauty and nature around me to stay healthy and grounded—and those pelicans were amazing.
I've spent a lot of my life apologizing—for being unwell, for being too sensitive, for having to avoid certain kinds of environments and for not being able to do all the things I know I can do—but I should, instead, be apologizing to you and to my body. I've neglected and abused you both, without realizing it, and not treating myself properly also means that I don't treat you well, either, of course.
I've also been blaming myself for not eating well enough (even though I eat as much of your organic bountiful goodness as I can), for not exercising enough (although I bike/walk/do yoga every day), and for never really mastering true health, although I've spent a fortune trying.
But I was ignorant. I didn't realize that you and I were suffering from the same thing: increasing, irradiation of our organisms. I see how it's affecting you, just as it's affecting me, and I wonder where it will end. Which one of us will expire first—you or me? Of course, if you go, I go …although I may go first.
As sentient beings, we are meant to be feel things
I don't know about you, but I feel I've got very little time left. Irradiation has a degenerative effect on living organisms, and it can be very aging, creating high oxidative stress, neurological disorders, metabolic issues, fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, pain, agitation and a multitude of other symptoms. Yet we both have amazing resilience and I believe we can bounce back if a healthy balance is restored in time and our organisms have a chance to heal naturally. We also have huge untapped potential, but all this techno-gadgetry is distracting us and disconnecting us from you, from ourselves and from each other.
But it's not just ignorance that's killing us humans—with you suffering from the fallout. It's denial. We use fancy, funky terms for things that are actually highly toxic, which is the only way we can live with the current reality. Our current interpretation of WiFi goes something like this:
But it's not just ignorance that's killing us humans—with the earth suffering from the fallout. It's denial.
WiFi = non-stop fun, entertainment, connectivity, productivity, mobility, freedom, unlimited access…
Whereas a more accurate interpretation would go something like this:
WiFi = microwave radiation, cellular oxidation, accelerated aging, nervous-system disruption, hormonal imbalances, functional impairment, social fragmentation, human disconnection…
Marketing is everything, isn’t it? The spin doctors know how this works and they’ve done a masterful job making wireless telecoms and other systems seem so friendly and essential. Yet if we called things what they really are, and if we were truly honest, we wouldn’t delude ourselves into thinking that irradiating you and us is sustainable or even remotely intelligent.