A Wild World is founded on those absolute truths that are laid out below: the bedrock of wild loving, harmonious behaviour (these are explained in further detail in the Handbook) .... If all that you can do is accept that we are all ‘wild beings’ - to start with - you will soon find that all of the other truths start to become so obvious that you can comfortably live by them too, as you live a wilder life and help to manifest a wild world...
We CAN manifest a wildscaped world. We are so powerful, so ingenious. We can live in whatever world we want (in harmony with the other beings all around us, as much as we want to) if we have the right mindset...
We are all born of the planet (all of us).
As wild beings we are automatically free beings. We can dominate one another but we can never ‘own’ one another. (If a creature ever can be ‘owned’ it can only ever be by our planet).
What we call ‘love’ is the state of being (our default state of being) that enables us to love ourselves - exactly as we are - which further enables us to love all of the world around us.
It is the state of being that motivates us to play our part in enabling our planet to thrive.
We are all ONE (one planet) - we are just (in our different forms as ‘Human’ or ‘Fern’ or ‘Ant’ or ‘Hedgehog’ or ‘Tiger’, for example) a myriad of different representations of our planet.
As we are ONE PLANET (we cannot be both superior & inferior to ourselves) we are absolute (as we exist as ONE planet, we are equal from birth so being better or worse than ourselves is a nonsense: an impossibility of existence).
We are an endless cycle of 'mass/matter recycled' where new life forms - human or otherwise - are endlessly, gloriously, reverently forming up out of the planet’s materials and minerals that have been utilised by others before us. We are one planet, constantly evolving and all sharing one ultimate state of existence.
Our existence in human form on this planet can be summed up as taking action to ‘survive’ and/or ‘thrive’ over and over and over again.
We are all ‘wild beings’ - a ‘phenomena of the physical world’.