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We arrogantly call Earth our planet

Shekhar Kapur: We arrogantly call Earth our planet (Photo credit: IMDb)

Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur believes that we should not arrogantly call Earth “our planet” because it does not belong to us. Kapur tweeted his opinion on Wednesday, a day before Earth Day.

“Life lessons: everything that exists in nature. Nature loves everyone equally. We arrogantly call Earth “our planet”. It doesn’t belong to us. And nature will survive whatever we do. Planet Earth will survive. Maybe not. #EarthDay, ”Kapur wrote.

Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur also shared a beautiful photo of Khajuraho temple on Instagram and pointed out that we need to nurture the idea that we are one with nature.

“Earth Day and the Feminine. Beautiful sculpture after sculpture. Temples after temples .. walls adorned with the most beautiful sculptures dedicated to the worship of the divine feminine. Of the ultimate union between the masculine and the feminine in each of us. There were hundreds of these temples. Yet even the small number that survived is in itself a miracle. The astonishing depth of femininity and detail that has survived the centuries is a miracle, ”wrote Shekhar Kapur.

“Your mind is spinning. Because you’ve been taught that s * x is a taboo. That it was something to hide. Yet here is a miracle of art and sculpture from centuries ago, which celebrates the beauty and divinity of the Union as a divine act. Because is it not the feminine and the masculine in you that form a complete human being. Isn’t it the feminine in you that needs to nourish itself? To nurture the idea that we are one with nature…? He suggested.

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