The mud on which we stand – soil, microbes and everything in between
Humans over millennia have developed within their consciousness the view that soil is a thing distinct from ourselves; ourselves as an entity that uses land as its abode, its terra-firma and the place we lay our foundations, settle and mature to an age without ever questioning the very nature of ‘the soil’ on which we stand.
Over time soil continues to be divided amongst class, forming territories which join, divide and political structures. this is an age old view which has matured to the extent of extinction. extinction is now considered imminiant if this continued zietgeist of the moden man continues. A new form of communication is needed with soil from man to there may be inherent needs among a human as a living being but the ideolgy of existing is open to change. The spiritual connection to the soil is a communication pathway
so to bind people to the land and to encourage the growth of soil we must rekindle the spiritual connection with the soil.