The Whale and the Krill

Desert Shadows

OASIS SP, NM—Last night’s episode of Nature was about whales, and the last segment was about blue whales, the largest mammals on the planet.

Image: A huge blue whale arching downward, its tail rising high above the water as it dives deep into the ocean depths.

Image: A huge school of krill, tiny shrimp-like creatures, minding their own business, their red eyes looking outward into their watery world.

Image: The diving blue whale’s mouth opening and its gut expanding as it sucks in thousands of krill to their deaths.

One moment, She is looking out through the eyes of a tiny krill. The next moment, She is released from Her host as the krill’s body dies.

She is freed to take on a new life.

Bodies die—but Souls never do.

She is krill-consciousness.

She is whale-consciousness.

She is tree-consciousness.

She is you-consciousness.

She is Soul-consciousness.

Yesterday, I saw a bird, sitting on a fence post, chirping cheerfully to the vast blue sky. As I turned, I caught a glimpse of myself in the rearview mirror.

I was smiling.

And I suddenly realized my heart was filled with joy.

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