For better or worse, what we do for ourselves we do for the planet.
Carl Sagan said, “As the ancient myth makers knew we’re children equally of the earth and the sky. In our tenure on this planet we’ve accumulated dangerous evolutionary baggage, propensities for aggression and ritual, submission to leaders, hostility to outsiders, all of which puts our survival in some doubt. But we’ve also acquired compassion for others, love for our children, a desire to learn from history and experience and a great soaring passionate intelligence, the clear tools for our continued survival and prosperity. Which aspects of our nature will prevail is uncertain, particularly when our visions and prospects are bound to one small part of the small planet Earth. But up there in the Cosmos an inescapable perspective awaits.”
We human beings are unique animals. We have a choice in how we act. The effects of our habitation on the Earth are so much more impressive than any other species. But we only have one home, and it is our special place in this Cosmos.
By taking care of yourself first, you will lighten your footprint upon the Earth. By connecting with the journey of what you eat and consume, you will become more plugged in and joyful. The whole process will empower you and enlighten your mind.
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