Where have all the Mothers Gone

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This post is from my motherearthparenting.wordpress.com blog. I just felt it crossed the barrier into a non-parenting blog because it describes a sign of the times that hasn’t really served society and humans well. Lots of dominos have crashed in hurtful ways because of how we treat the first scent of life. Lets just say it’s not going too well in the first world countries.

There is a song called “Where have all the flowers gone” by Peter, Paul and Mary. This is my version for how I feel today.
I made this audio so you could get the folk-song feel of the song. It took a vulnerability to post my crackling out of tune voice but I really wanted you to feel this song.


Where have all the mothers gone?

Lost with their village song

Woman wisdom once passed down.

Mens pages replace it now

Hard to watch so much fear propaganda,

Plastic thoughts for a plastic world.

No need to reinvent the wheel,

 Move out of your own stubborn fear.

Where have all the wise sage gone?

They hold life’s healing medicine.

Move ahead with a freedom heart.

Grow upon the lessons

Find trust in woman before you,

Micronutrients are hidden there.

No need to reinvent the wheel

 Move out of your own stubborn fear.

Where have all the wise sage gone?

We need them by our side.

Where have all the story tellers gone

Echoing ancient wisdom

Stories told from village to village

Circling boundary’s of the earth

No need to reinvent the wheel

 Move out of your own stubborn fear.

 

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