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An initial map-making exercise..., July 28 2011
The author seems to be talking rather clearly. He is not talking through his hat.
Our past is over; our future is pending. Eaarth is a discussion pertaining to a struggling now.
The question is: Are we able to read? Are we able to read our surroundings? Have all levels of schooling been successful for each generation?
I have been initiated into the instruction of reading that which is around me. Eaarth is not a doomsday book. It is a book to ignite, to create focus, to create definition, requesting a coherence of thought.
I, a Christian, have learned to see/read Creation differently including marketing, purchasing, education, politics, entrepreneurship, manufacturing, health...... Immediately I recall the first words the Good Lord spoke to Adam after he decided to go his own way, namely "Where are you Adam?" The words of yesteryear continue to ring true today.
Earth is no longer here. Eaarth is about what we have.