I mean we have millions looking for work, and clearly there's lots of work to be done, in just this one area of cleaning up pollution alone. This isn't even all the pollution out there. I attended a talk a couple years ago in college, where the speaker talked about chemical weapons that are still present in our environment today, left over from past wars, still wreaking havoc in our oceans and forests.
We've got to get our priorities in line here. This pollution is consequential, not just for those nearest to it, but for all life here, after all, we live in a closed system. Even if you don't see the effects of the pollution in your immediate environment, it's not 'out there somewhere' where it has no effect. Just look at what has/is happening with the nuclear meltdown at Fukushima, where it is spreading around the world, contaminating the very ocean creatures that we eat.
It is nothing short of amazing how overall the human physical body has handled everything that's been 'thrown' at it, bombarded with all kinds of pollution from every facet of living, from the air we breath to the food we eat and the water we drink, and yet we're still here maintaining a reasonable level of functioning, for the most part. But the physical has its limits – how far can it go before it is too much and it's 'game over' for us? Do we really want it to end that way?
We've got to realize that we need to get ourselves out of this survival rat race so we can deal with these kinds of situations, because there really is a deadline, and we haven't even begun to explore the potential of what we could be and do here, in this physical reality. I mean, if we can still maintain this level of functionality even with everything we bombard the physical with, imagine what we could do/be if we weren't polluting ourselves at every turn? If we weren't all caught up in a day-in day-out work a meaningless job just to get by and survive, when even that will come to an end if we don't sort this out.
It is possible to change our living here and the way we run this reality, but we've got to step up and educate ourselves, and get involved, because no one's going to 'do it for us', that's more than obvious by now. No one's going to do it, but ourselves. I mean, who really wants to just keep going in the same routine, going nowhere but to our own consequence? Don't you want to empower yourself with how this world works, so you can see solutions to sort out this mess, so we can really start living once and for all? Investigate and support the Living Income Guaranteed, the proposal which will give us the support we need to be able to effectively function and participate in the world, and eventually to explore our true potential as humanity.
The Consciousness of the Great White Shark 1-2https://eqafe.com/p/the-consciousness-of-the-great-white-shark-part-1
How have the cycles of pollution caused the molecules in the atmosphere to change?
How have these changes on a constitutional level altered the purity of the water in oceans and influenced all the major ecosystems?
Why, because of these changes, were the beings in the oceans forced to change their own constitutional designs in order to survive?
The Consciousness of the Octopus 1-3
How does the Octopus draw comparisons between the human and the Octopus while looking at the words “multitasking” and “interconnectedness”?
Why has the human not ever understood and lived interconnectedness, and so not realized the responsibility that goes with it?
What are the consequences of humans’ bodies not naturally evolving from their beingness, but from being designed and programmed as a vessel for the Mind?
How did the Octopus’ physical body naturally evolve and how did this natural evolution influence their relationship to this physical existence?