Words to Live By
What is the good of your stars and trees, your sunrise and the wind, if they do not enter into our daily lives?
- E. M. Forster (1879-1970)
Nothing Lasts Forever, But a Little Longer Would be Nice - A planksip Global Warning
Words to Live By
Inspired by E. M. Forster (1879-1970)'s quote, "What is the good of your stars and trees, your sunrise and the wind, if they do not enter into our daily lives?", the entitled responsion is propped up and apparently outside our depth of field. To spell it out for all to see, E-A-R-T-H is what is at stake if the biodiversity of this planet no longer supports the life necessary to speak language.
Eco-friendly is a friendship with whom? By definition, we know the answer yet the automaton we refer to as the vessel otherwise known as you operates in a habitual mode of automated action. Is it stately compliance with the customs within our community or better yet a mindful relationship with your own personal environment? Best friends should come in many shapes and sizes, at least that's the Gaia hypothesis version 2.0. (Snippet Code: p.2WbTADZ)
Inspired by Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)'s quote, "Saying nothing... sometimes says the most.", the entitled responsion plays off the abundance on the right versus the indigent on the left, politically motivated but only partially so, the silence that you hear is when there's nothing left to say.
Poor and needy abundance is all around us. The separation between the haves and have nots is generational. How will future generations know an inheritance that causes them nothing but pain and suffering? At the expense of our economic greed and insatiable need for growth. Should we answer in silent disapproval?