Superpowers

Our grandmothers had superpowers. They could measure without tape, cut without scissors and they could write without ink. With needle and thread, they wrote on fabric, using a visual alphabet, made out of symbols. Inspired by nature, they didn’t just described what they could see, but the laws of nature, which rule us all. Laws which, if respected, are meant to keep us in balance; connected with mother-earth, with our mothers and their mothers and with ourselves.

Keeping in mind what really matters, storing information to pass it along with experience to future generations (to make their life better) is our biggest responsibility. We think we solved it now, as we can store huge quantity of knowledge in artificial memory. But the challenge remains: what is really important, what really matters? Selecting what is relevant will make the difference, as well as what we chose to ignore.

Now, the superpower is to decide which side you want to be on. You chose to ignore or you chose to get involved and stand up for life and inform others.

The real superpower is to give a damn.

photo: © Raluca Savulescu & Mihaela Contiu

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