Contemplating the cosmos from the perspective of the corn roots

"A plant should be regarded as though it were a human being who's head it planted in the ground" (Rudolf Steiner)

Wandering this old corn field with the remaining dead corn stalks still in the ground, corn roots reveal themselves as magic wands inviting me to consider the unseen/unknown; reading Rudolf Steiner's lectures on biodynamics and the play between earthly and cosmic energies in the formation of all things living, surrounded by beautiful minds discussing cutting edge science aligning with the deep wisdom in our bones; watching the moon and the stars; breathing with the land; wondering if roots emanate from my head (invisible antlers of sorts) am I grounded in contemplation? ...I invite you to contemplate the cosmos from the perspective of the corn root.