We've watched a number of chilling documentaries over the last few days, Climate Change: The Facts, and (three years after they were made) Sustainanable and Beyond the Flood on Netflix. Its uncomfortable viewing, especially when you hear the urgency of the tone but see how much time has passed without any significant change.
It's making me anxious about the future but also more motivated to choose everyday actions which don't contribute to the problem.
I sometimes feel that the #greenethos of my business puts me at a financial disadvantage (I choose resources after research and because of a desire to minimise my #footprint, even when they cost more) but for me, this is the only way I am comfortable operating, and I would rather be in the industry finding #sustainable ways forward than giving up and giving the old ways more of the market.
Ps pictures taken on a bushcraft day during the school holidays.... 5 hours spent in the woods where the leader Simon passed on much knowledge about the natural world, encouragement to appreciate its wonders and enthusiasm for children spending more time in it (to love it, and therefore care about protecting it)
Did @banksy pop up at Marble Arch?
One of the placards at the @extinctionrebellion protests said ‘They tried to bury us but they didn’t realise we were seeds’. Is this finally the start of the big wake up for business, governments and individuals?
Get obsessed with getting what you want out of life!
If you’re not obsessed with what you’re doing then you aren’t ever going to be truly satisfied.
Instead you’re going to spend your life making excuses on why you didn’t do what you wanted, or have the life you always dreamed of.
It’s time to get obsessed.
It’s time to chase your dreams.
It’s time to get what you want out of life.
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Some folk aren’t aware that L. Tolstoy’s “W&P” has a Pt. 2! 12 very short chpts. of “non-fiction.” In my ‘Signet Classic’ paperback, Pt. 2! starts on pg. 1412-1455, 43 pgs. of truth, divinely inspired by Tolstoy’s ❤️ for his fellow human-being. “Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow; but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them.”- Leo Tolstoy