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“If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago….. Wilson)The Insect symposium invited us into the world of Bugs with their subjectivity and innate sense of being.
Harry Nankin’s artistic tribute to the bogong moth, was both moving and beautiful.
The Symposium made me want to learn more, and do more for the insect world.
As soon as I arrived home I went on-line to research the flameau butterfly, which drinks the tears of the caiman (crocodile) (this butterfly was mentioned during our closing ceremony).
Permafrost forms as Frost melts when heated bldgs are put on frozen ground, mixing water & soil to form fluid muck & the different footings settle at different rates.
I was amazed again about their niches and their adaptations to survival.
I was fascinated by the projects Patrick has been involved in and which he shared.
Who would have thought of sending spiders into Space! I appreciated the beauty and softness of the art works and appreciated his mentioning about his ethical questions about involving the Bogan Moths and disturbing them to accomplish his project.
All in all I found the time provided me with a reflective space to ponder, relate, appreciate and celebrate the life of Insects with others committed to caring for our world.
The Earth Song Symposium’s topic Insects resonated with me.