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The circle of life lyrics

The circle of life lyrics

The circle of life lyrics

Human behaviour and our rituals have been drastically amended in such a short period of time that the rich and the poor, the devout and the atheist, the republican and the democrat, the conservative and the liberal, are all required to stay at home. Regardless of our material possessions or beliefs, we are all classified as residents of this planet, and Mother Nature does not discriminate. In spite of all our fundamental differences, as the human race, we are all in the same circle of life. In 2020, it does not matter whether someone’s circle is big or small, as, at the end of the day, their existence is as relative to outside conditions and natural occurrences as the next person’s.

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“Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different. It is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next”, says Arundhati Roy. Since perhaps a century ago, for the first time, the fate of the whole human race is tied together. Regardless of where we come from, all of our actions affect each other. In such a time where we have ceased to exist for the material pleasures of the earth and instead have switched to survival mode, we are once again reminded that, as Mufasa said, we are all connected in the great circle of life, regardless of social or economic status, race, sexuality, ethnicity or religion.Since the beginning of the pandemic, carbon monoxide has gone down by over 50%. As we stay home and for a brief moment stop abusing the environment and its resources for our personal gains, nature has finally obtained a moment to take a deep, overdue breath. It is important to note that while existing air pollution potentially contributes to the effects of the disease, as life slows down and we move towards a simpler structure, the natural world is also changing drastically.

"Circle of Life" is the opening song of Disney's 1994 animated feature film The Lion King, composed by Elton John with lyrics by Tim Rice. It was performed by Carmen Twillie (female vocals) and Lebo M (opening Zulu vocals) as the film's opening song. Elton John also sang a pop version of it with the London Community Gospel Choir, which was included in the film's soundtrack and made into a music videoWhen Scar kills Mufasa and lets the hyenas run rampant on Pride Lands, the Circle of Life is broken, and the Pride Lands become decimated with droughts, famine, and overhunting from the hyenas, with animal skeletons lying all around with Scar as the king. These combined factors cause the remaining herds to leave the kingdom, therefore leaving the lions and hyenas with no food and water. (Source: disney.fandom.com)

 

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