What Can We Learn From Cancer or Any Disease? Is It Our Karma or Caused By Overpopulation?

Brooke #21: What can we learn from Cancer or any disease?A tumor is simply a runaway production of body cells. If Earth is also a “Being,” then maybe our planet has cancer? Is it our Karma? Is it the result of Overpopulation or something more specific?

“Woweee! This questioner, Brooke, is really tuned-in to many Upper Realities! Yes, on all points! Negativity becomes predominant when overcrowding confines a large population to an ever-more-crowded space. There is, naturally, a top figure to what sort of stress any environment can cope with. This is true in a petrie dish, in a human body, and it is true on a planet. Longer life spans, and increasing males and females, always lead to more and more babies. And, when sicknesses caused by population pressures are corrected by medical breakthroughs, then that exacerbates everything; leaving sickness and death as a future legacy for all incoming babies to deal with. This is not good for them, or for any generaton in-between.

Put yourself in everyone’s situation. Had you been born in China, you would have been allowed to produce only one child and you might have considered that restriction a great encroachment upon your freedom; as all free people and most Chinese agree! Well, it might have helped greatly in reducing their overpopulation, but that still produced a lot of Chinese children who now have to carry a long-living set of parents, while raising their own single child per family.

Sandwich generations, responsible for both parents and children,  now exist everywhere with no central government to dictate their permitted numbers. In fact, some couples even collect charity for large families that they must feed and this becomes an incentive for them to reproduce. There is no end in sight, as rivers, oceans, skies and soil will testify.

Human Beings are cancerous to the larger body of the planet and their reproduction rates signify the growth of the tumor. Killing-off is the only way to save the patient, whether we are looking at a human or a populated space body. Surgical or chemical removal is always risky. Wouldn’t it be nice if tumors could become benign enough to be left alone? To co-exist with the host? That’s what Earth is praying for!”

About Linda J. Brown

Linda is a solo around the world traveler, having slowly explored the world's two hemispheres. A third trip around the equator has just begun, planned to last at least four years. After living for a year in the spiritual and beautiful town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, she has transferred to the beautiful and spiritual town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Feeling honored that the mysterious Hurricane Patricia paid her a call during her first week; she is none-the-less, eternally-grateful that this "worst hurricane in human history" decided to leave the planet alone, after all.
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