The Possibilities are Endless.

And here is some more Good News ~~~~~~

A follower of my blog once asked me to write about the possibility of world peace. I believe it is possible and I believe that the issue of climate change will be the vehicle that ushers us into an era of peace.

We must work together as humans to preserve the environment that allows us to survive on the earth. This goal should surpass all others. It must take precedence over political, religious, national, and cultural differences. We must unite to save ourselves.

The task for all humans who are living on earth during this period of change is to renounce violence and division so that we can slow the pace of global warning and create sustainable systems of adaptation that will enable humans everywhere to thrive.

Our biggest challenge may be our biggest blessing.

Slowing the pace of global warming  provides us with the incredible opportunity to work together in peace as inhabitants of the same amazing planet….the planet that provides us all with sustenance;  that gives all of us immeasurable beauty to behold on a daily basis; that supports over 7 billion people; that became your home, your only real home, the day you were born. Even after you die, your body will eventually return to the earth and become part of this planet. You are part of it and it is part of you.

And, even though, there are so many things that confuse us about what it means to be humans living on Mother Earth together, we are part of each other.

We are inextricably tied, one to another, each of us to all of us, because we share the Earth as our home.

sunrays

Our task lies shining before us – save the ecosystem that sustains us all. People from every country, every village, every tribe, every family – each one, and every one, we all have a part to play in working together to save our home.  We can not wait. The time is now.

Earth-from-Space

Peace!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Written by Jan Krause Greene.  I Call Myself Earth Girl.  http://whataheartcanhold.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/the-good-news-about-the-bad-news/

Many thanks Jan.

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About davidprosser

Retired Local Government Officer who started to write at age 60 and hasn't looked back. Writes a humorous diary on the life of a member of the gentry.......and the village he lives in with his sadistic early morning alarm cat Oscar and his wife the formidable Lady J.
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4 Responses to The Possibilities are Endless.

  1. Reading that was like a sweet daydream. You may well be right too. The thing that bothers me is that requires people to behave rationally… (In my life I have [and still do…] dealt with many who are simply not rational.) Am i being a kill-joy? I don’t mean to be.
    This is a glorious post David. 🙂 A beautiful way to begin my Tuesday. I leave you with a huge hug and a quote.
    “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit…” Napoleon Hill

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    • davidprosser says:

      I’d say you’re being more realistic than kill-joy Teagan. I just think the rational people, the caring people outweigh the irrational an stupid. There has to come a time when people decide to DO something instead of thinking about it or letting someone else do it for them. When that happens maybe they’ll see how the world could be in peace and decide to help it get there.
      xxx Massive Hugs to you xxx Thank you for the quote.

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  2. olganm says:

    Let’s hope and get doing whatever little we can…:) ❤

    Liked by 1 person

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