One World

Mankind's differences

are still more important

to the bulk of humanity

then any similarity of need.

The lack of sufficient thought

has allowed most men

to ignorantly conclude

that it is only coincidence

that we share the same planet.

As the world grows smaller,

dimmer, more hostile to survival,

we need a long term plan

to insure the continued existence

of a destructive species

that may yet redeem itself.


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words: Gary Beck, New York
image: Peter Schwarz, Maine (Sitrah Ahra)


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