Consciously connected!

Post # 600.

Prompt –

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Finish the story begins with: “Once upon a time in a land far, far away...”

Once upon a time in a land far, far away there was no intellectual property right. The people experienced great spirits thinking through them and other beings in real time. The interconnectedness was not limited to physical or social plane – it extended to their consciousness.

It was very difficult for the dark one to rule the human mind because of the interconnectedness.

The dark one solved the problem by sowing the seed of ‘ownership’ in to the human psyche. The concept took roots and slowly encompassed all material things. It was only in the second half of the last century that the ownership of thought pervaded human consciousness.

Each human being is now a thought island in the bloodied waters of humanity – just a bite size piece.

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15 thoughts on “Consciously connected!

  1. …i think our race always had this “mine” and “yours” built within us. The dark one probably prevailed before the birth of human race! A different take on the prompt, I enjoyed reading it

  2. Well done! A nice take on human nature! Thank you YS for your continuing participation in the MFtS challenge! See you next week? I hope so… Be well… ^..^

  3. A very thought provoking story, and that last line “Each human being is now a thought island in the bloodied waters of humanity” is brilliant.

  4. With some early tribes there was no thought of “owning” land. The people were nomadic. When new people came who took the land there started to be fights over ownership. The evil has grown. This story is true. Well done, Yarnspinnerrr. 🙂 — Suzanne

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