The Tragedy in Japan

The Earthquake and Tsunami that overtook Japan on March 11, 2011, was yet another indication that mother nature is talking…but are we truly listening?
I am an avid listener to Wayne Dyer’s Podcast, and I recall his thoughts on the earthquake that besieged Haiti not so long ago.  It made perfect sense.
The way he described it was that the earth has layers and layers beneath the ground.  Earth’s oil lubricates the earth’s layers so that when they shift, they shift seamlessly.  However, in today’s day and age, we are pulling so much oil from the ground that when the layers move, it causes a much more devastating effect on the earth. 
So I ask, are we expecting too much from the earth?  Are we quick to admonish those new age thinkers for their realistic viewpoint? 
I wonder if we didn’t have such a dependency on Earth’s natural lubricant, would we see these disasters happening on a regular basis?  Is it juvenile to think that this truly is Mother Nature’s message to us?
Is the video of the devastation ultimately our fault?  As the old adage states, “What goes around, comes around.”

Written by Trina Stewart

Trina Stewart is the editor-in-chief at Life's a Blog. Currently working through life separated from her husband and finding herself, Trina loves concert photography, hanging out with her single and married besties, and cooking. Stay tuned!

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