I saw the movie “Interstellar” a few weeks ago and produced this piece. What echoed for me was how many dimensions we all (including our sister brother animals) live in. Space, time, love, mind – the Whole-y Truth of our interconnectivity and Oneness. And shall I mention dying – that die-mention?
I called the piece Inter-Stellah (reminiscing slightly of the movie “Streetcar Named Desire” in which Marlon Brando, remorsefully and with a louder and louder, frantic and plea-full voice, calls his love “Stellahhhh!”
Interstellar was not my favorite movie, but does give a pitch to us humans to not (further) destroy our planet’s sustainability – and as scientists* are more and more pointing out, our major hope is enough of us turning to a plant based vegan diet and lifestyle.
*See Rachendra Pachauri (nobel prize winner, shared with Al Gore) and the UN Food and Agriculture report: Livestocks’ Long Shadow; Yale physicist, Dr Noam Mohr’s report in Earth Save International – A New Global Warming Strategy – How Environmentalists are Overlooking Veganism as the Most Effective Tool Against Global Warming in our Lifetimes; Chicago University’s study, by Panela Martin and Gidon Eshel , Vegan Diet Healthier for Planet, People, etc.