The Earth plays a central role in the personal growth goals of humanity
The people of Earth are slowly starting to realize that their planet is a living ecosystem that requires care and respect. This is seen in the "green movement," which is currently trying to get large corporations and governments to stop polluting and to find more sustainable ways to function.
However, one phrase in the Korean calligraphy alphabet suggests that people may still have a long way to go in understanding the true depth of the Earth’s inner nature.
The phrase Chun-ji-ma-eum refers to the "cosmic mind" that fills everything. This force created everything that exists in the universe, and it fills all living and breathing organisms with a special type of energy.
It is also present in the Earth itself. It is from our home planet that the people of Earth get life energy. This force flows through the streams of the planet and blows through the air like the wind itself. In this way, it touches every single plant, animal and person.
Without this essential energy, life on Earth almost certainly would not be possible. There would be no source of spiritual sustenance. Our lives would be hollow, short and difficult, if not completely impossible.
This is why it is important for individuals to understand the central role the Earth plays in their lives. It is far more than a foundation upon which to build a life. It is a living, breathing organism that nurtures everyone and provides for their needs.
While the current green movement has begun to realize (from a scientific standpoint, at least) the importance of protecting the Earth, its role in personal growth goals and happiness may still not be fully understood. Recognizing this fact could play a vital part in the future of the human species.