If I learned anything in life, it is that it is not about me; not at all. I develop and transform for the better to the extent that I both help others and do my best to improve society. I have my problems and habits however, these are my fortune in that I use every situation as an opportunity to grow. This can only be achieved by strengthening my altruistic nature.
Regarding climate change:
I am always making efforts to assist humanity adapt to a world that is quickly changing for the worse due to our current climate crisis.
…and I always remember this quote:
“The ultimate test of man’s conscience may be his willingness to sacrifice something today for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard.” – Gaylord Nelson
Although I enjoy drumming, reading, playing basketball and Petanque; I find myself drawn by nature towards an emergency mode regarding climate change, so my priorities have naturally changed. My primary endeavors now are to help create a more humanistic and climate safe planet, or at the very least assist in the adaptation process.
Emotionally I am torn by what’s happening regarding Climate Change and like many others I am deeply affected by the direction mankind is going and those in power to make a substantial change for the better have their priorities in my opinion totally in the wrong direction or rather focused more on financial gain rather than the continued existence of humanity.
In closing, it’s not about financial gain it’s about the protecting the children and their children to come, to transform our planet for the better. I end with this profound quote by Daisaku Ikeda:
“Life is a chain. All things are related. When any link is harmed, the other links are affected. We should think of the environment as our mother. There is no crime worse than harming one’s mother.”
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