The obligation to endure gives us the right to know.
Perhaps the time has come to cease calling it the ‘environmentalist’ view, as though it were a lobbying effort outside the mainstream of human activity, and to start calling it the real-world view.
I feel part of the environment, not separate from it, as though I’m at home rather than visiting-as though I’m tapped into some eternal omnipresence beyond the transient physical forms.
We need to consume less. A lot less. Less food, less energy, less stuff. Fewer cars, electric cars, cotton T-shirts, laptops, mobile phone upgrades. Far fewer.
Yet, every decade, global consumption continues to increase relentlessly.
The Holy Land is everywhere
We live in a society where those that do the greatest damage to humanity and nature reap the greatest financial rewards.
There is no single concept of nature; it embraces everything that is fluid, changing, and mysterious. Ultimately, however, to “know nature
Moreover God hath ordained man in this world, as it were, the very image of himself, to the intent, that he, as it were a god on earth, should provide for the wealth of all creatures.
Recycling and speed limits are bullshit. They’re like someone who quits smoking on his deathbed.
Centrally planned economies are upended by out of control population. Their escape valve is eugenics.