June 8, 2018
The world is changing at a pretty fast pace these days and it seems every time a new issue is highlighted, another one appears.
Most of us in our everyday lives are aware of the alarming environmental issues causing destruction to our planet.
Yet somehow, we can get caught up in the blame game, pointing fingers at the government, corporates and other countries environmental policies.
It's time we become the change agents.
I wonder for a moment when was it that things started to change?
When did it become ok to create so much long-term devastation?
How is it that so many people cannot see the destruction being done to the very place that survival of the human race depends on?
All these can be addressed if we become the change agents.
So many of us have forgotten that deep inner connection, the one that’s often re-ignited by a walk in the forest or a stroll along the beach.
Nature always has a way of bringing us back to the innate peace and essence of who we really are, and yet it is this very thing, nature, that we human beings are all too often quick to destroy in order to meet and serve our ‘human needs’.
It's time to rise up and become the change agents to address these issues.