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WE DO NOT OWN THE EARTH.

Jul 24, 2017 | Blog

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Our living environment provides all our life requirements: care for it.

Mother nature’s gift to us is the air we breathe and the water we drink. Love her back by caring for these gifts.

These life-giving treasures can’t be produced in a factory. The chemicals we deposit in our streams, via our sinks, end up in our oceans. That becomes rain, and in turn it becomes the water we drink. The exhaust fumes from our vehicles end up in the air we breathe. The plastics we discard pollute the soil in which our food grows. In today’s world, environmental awareness is not a luxury – it is a responsibility for all. And it need not be a burden. Becoming environmentally engaged, and changing to more sustainable habits, will increase your sense of purpose and wellbeing.

Want to take action? Try this:

Usually before we act we want to be well informed. Unfortunately, the ecological hype has been around for a while, so it’s easy to become immune to anything ‘environmental’. Now is the time to become more engaged by starting with your own research. This  You-Tube is filled with great environmental documentaries.

You could start with this one; Paradise or Oblivion

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