Caring for our global climate and its creatures
Summer is here. The sun is burning with all the brilliance of it. It’s time to stay in our air-conditioned compartment rooms.
We are human and we know how to beat the heat, but what about birds and wildlife? The snorting of the dogs and the panting of the cow will make you realize how difficult it is to survive in this scorching temperature. Few souls with kind hearts have pitchers of water and grain to eat and drink and some are building temporary houses out of shoeboxes and wooden boards. It’s the least we can do, after destroying their homes.
We keep ice packs on our body at night. We drink energy drinks and try to stay cooler by wearing cotton clothes. Why are we making such desperate efforts? We are the culprits and the victims and the blame is in our way of thinking. We have spared no other organizations to fulfill selfish motives. It is a shame for humanity and its double standards. We cut down the trees and replant them to prove our innocence. You have seen the funny images on the internet sarcastically commenting on the aspect of deforestation. What are we doing about it? Holding up banners with slogans, holding rallies with air conditioning and junk food, that’s all we’re doing.
Understand one thing my friends. Falling in love with technology is a good thing, but its addiction will make your life hell. Deforestation is your prime example. Mobile towers are stealing our sleep. We are born with sanity, so it is our responsibility to stay smart and think about the consequences when addiction exceeds its limit.
The respected Mr. Stephan Hawkins has gravely pointed out that, in the next hundred years, we have to leave this planet. It is not like moving your house to a new city, but moving our existence to a completely different sphere. Do you know how horrible it is to imagine such a thing? How many people would actually have the power, ability, and knowledge to live their lives as Martians? When something like this comes out of a scientist’s mouth, we need to hear the sound of danger bells and take action to stop it.
While fighting the bad stuff, there are good vibes permeating somewhere. It is the law of nature to balance good and evil. If vice dominates, purity will do everything possible to destroy the force. Pollution, deforestation, concrete jungles and chemical refineries add to the list of impurities, while preserving animals, feeding them and living a healthy life is a plus point in the course of humanity.
We can stop it if we want. Born into this world, we have that strength within our souls to filter out whatever is destroying us. Leveling good activities to the level of destruction seems like a fair fight.
Take, for example, a day without mobile phones. For 7 days in a month, we can travel without a car. Bikes can go into their respective garages and fridges can be temporarily turned off.
Think about these ideas and follow them if you really want to make that change within yourself and outside of your world. Save your flora and fauna and save your blue house. As soon as possible.