"Equally Destructive" as written by and Gordon H G Groothedde Bas C H Maas....
Ground is shaking
Waves are breaking
The wind has lost control

The air is shifting while
It's lifting force fools gravity

A huge eruption
Vast explosions
As it bursts the earth

Water's pounding
Waves are sounding
Deadly and extreme

"But we are equally destructive"

Equally destructive as we are
Don't you think we've also gone too far?
We are just a part of this machine
And it's endless stream

Alarming silence predicts
The violence that is yet to come

We are senseless
Proud while blindness
Is catching up with us

We must measure while
The pressure of nature's force expands

We feel minor, punished and meager
Betrayed by all our gods

"We are a part of it
We are equally destructive"

Equally destructive as we are
Don't you think we've also gone too far?
We are just a part of this machine
And its endless stream




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"Equally Destructive" as written by Bas C H Maas Andre Borgman

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    General CommentPeople cause just as much damage as natural disasters. The cause of the sick condition of the world is not God, but mankind.
    musicmama888on May 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI agree with musicmama888
    spacepirateon July 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMore specifically, I think they're referring to positive feedback systems in nature that we've set in motion. Natural disasters keep growing more frequent and destructive, but they're only an equal reaction to the destructive acts of mankind.

    "We are just a part of this machine and its endless stream."

    It's a call for us to remember that we're still a part of nature and can't live independent of its cycles of cause & effect.
    SalmonGodon January 28, 2010   Link

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