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When did Earth become our least favourite thing?
Posted on April 1, 2019 by Helen White
There’s a disconnect between people and the environment and it has only become worse since the age of the mobile phone. Now, people walk around as though in their own biosphere since all of their own friends (who share their same views) and, in fact, their own mini-verse in digital form is carried around with them wherever they go via the device that seldom leaves their hand. We seem to be part of the generation that is, at once, the most informed yet most tragically naive since truth is something people get to custom-build from what they choose to focus their attention on (and there are just so many choices now). Earth has apparently become the least favourite, least attention garnering, most taken-for-granted, thing in most people’s minds and this is a balance that needs to be tipped or we are truly done for; there’s a truth we would all have to share! Continue reading →
Posted in Animal welfare, Consciousness & evolution, Conservation, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Menu, Nature, Personal Development | Tagged albatros, birds, chinese lanterns, eco, eco crisis, evolution, fly-tipping, helium balloons, littering, plastic waste disposal, pollution, recycling, respect for earth, responsibility, save our planet, wake-up world, wildlife | 2 Comments