Everyone at Rainbow Bridge watches humans rip apart themselves and their planet, and we wait for the inevitable influx of new angels created by their actions.
Being mortal is like being a parent at a little league or soccer game. The parents yell, scream, stamp their feet and act foolish while watching twelve-year-olds and younger try to play baseball.
Being immortal is like being a parent of a teenager who goes back to a little league or soccer game and wonders: “Did we really ever act like that?”
There is so much I could pick from as an example of how mortals are destroying themselves, but I would like to concentrate on one this week:
There were three separate fires in Colorado. Two are under suspicion, and one was started by people accidentally. They then fled the scene without putting it out because who wants to be caught in a forest fire?
We had two friends’ families caught in the path of the fire. The family of Kyna B Bear and her dogs R and Shyla and the family of Kathy Voseberg and her dog Enzo. The Voseberg family was able to stay in their homes but when the fire came too close to the Bear’s homestead they had to leave their home unguarded.
These were not the only souls threatened by the fire. Thanks to Kyna’s trail cameras we have been able to follow the adventures of a mother bear and her two cubs. I am not a fan of bears, but I have become invested in this lovely, sprightly, little family. When a fire rips through the wilderness, no one evacuates the bears, or the Bobcats, or the other souls we have seen on Kyna’s cameras. We can only hope they were spared.
The firefighters have done the best they can to fight the fires and to save humans, and their pets. Millions of dollar have been spent to stop the fire spreading, houses have been lost, and souls have died, all because some careless humans decided to make another rip in the fabric of their already torn world.
I don’t know what to do, but I think we need a new approach. I am starting with forest fires.
I have reassigned Smokey the Bear.
Please meet the new spokesperson for Forest Fear Awareness.
It’s Enzo the Goldie.
Thank you for a good friend of mine for the graphic