“How well do you know her?”, she asks. They are in deep conversation … “She talks about controversial topics, should people listen and care enough, they will make change. They will ask her about waste and she will tell them.” As I listen to this conversation I write it down to ponder the following morning, which is right now.
While here on this planet, it is sacred duty to care for the world. This world grows trees and plants which supply our very next breath. The waters run from deep within the earth and hydrate a body with necessary minerals, and soil also grows nourishing, organic foods which maintain body and mind health.
We see, when we pay attention, what has become of the water supply, the earth bleeds goo as corporations who want to be ‘filthy’ rich suck the life blood from deep with in the planet, this is permitted by others who feel the same as they. The forests which clean the air are hacked down and not replenished, the air overhead is sprayed with chemicals we can only guess of. There are some who have stepped forward to warn us, but they are discredited by the wealthy who own the media, who play the game of destruction.
Who Gives A Crap products are a step in the right direction should we desire to assist in the slowing down of this ruination. My hope is that you, too, care enough to evaluate your life and make changes where you can. These changes need not be dramatic, they can be as small as recycling, buying used and refurbished items, turning off the lights when not in use, growing your own food, distilling your own water and using stainless steal drinking containers rather than purchasing plastic bottles of stolen waters. Small changes such as observing your speech throughout the day and then deciding if these are the seeds you truly wish to plant in this world for future generations.
What examples will you embody and then give to the world?