Save the Rainforests

Save the Rainforests

Rainforests are essential to our survival. They are the last home of many animals that tier lives are depending on.
Humans keep destroying trees and the Rainforests with them with no regards what so ever to the lives of the poor animals. But the rainforests are not essential only for the animals that live inside of them.
“Rainforests are where millions of plants and animals wait to be discovered, where future medical breakthroughs lie, and where oxygen for future generations is created. Yet they are constantly under the threat of destruction, solely for the sake of quick profit.”
FORESTS
We can all help save the planet for us as well as for the future generation. Please keep putting these important topics in your social media and with your friends.
Our children and grandchildren are depending on us to do the right thing.

Apart from the fact that it is immoral, and that other animals have the right to live and have their own habitat environment, we as humans, have the responsibility to save the only planet we know, that we can live on. destroying this planet is on us!

Let’s take for example Palm oil. It is the most widely used vegetable oil on Earth.
As of today, it’s half of the processed food.
Because of this demand, palm oil is also one of the biggest threats to rainforests. The search for cheap palm oil causes deforestation and massive carbon emissions, removal of Indigenous peoples from their land, child labor, forced labor, etc.
This industry is pushing species to the brink of the extinction.

Please help us get this message to as many people as you can in order to be aware and mindful to our environment and nature.
I am sure All of us like to enjoy a beautiful ocean sunset or nature view and we would like that to stay the way it is!
This planet belongs to us all human and other animals and we all have the right to live.

How to Be Considerate

How to Be Considerate

“Being considerate of others will take you and your children further in life than any college or professional degree.” – Marian Wright Edelman
To be truly considerate, you have to know how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
I believe that teaching your children from a young age to be considerate will create a better society and will make them better human beings. When we are considerate to one another we create a good example to our kids’ friends and family.
being considerate can help us be aware of the people around us while still asserting our needs.
Putting ourselves in someone else’s shoes can help us understand their needs and feelings. We would like others to consider us and our feelings, so we should do the same.

Be mindful to the fact that there are other people on this planet besides you. Make sure not to hurt others feelings. Be consensus to other people time. When you are being late to a meeting, call and make sure to notice that you will be late. Don’t be late for more than 10-15 minutes. It’s rude to assume that others can wait for you an hour or 2 and that their time is not valuable.

Think about what you are saying, words can hurt others. Words create worlds use them wisely.
React in a sensitive way, when someone says something offensive, probably he reacts to something you said. Take a moment before you say anything.

Be considerate to your environment. This is the only planet we have and we need to cherish it.
We are not the only animal that uses this planet. It belongs to all species. The fact that we have more power than others, puts the responsibility in our hands.
Live and let live, everyone has the right to their own opinion, don’t force your thoughts on others.
Creating a sensitive and Considerate environment will create a better world for us, for our family and for everyone.

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Observe Your Environment

Observe Your Environment

One of the peculiar behavior for us as humans being with experience.
We forget to observe the environment around us and enjoy it. Today’s a sunny day how wonderful the world looks.
An old saying is, stop your life race in order to smell the flowers, make perfect sense for real life.
We have to stop the race chasing something, the road is our focus and not the destination.

I believe that we should enjoy every moment of our life, moment by moment.
Reaching the destination is not the goal, it will happen when it happens. Enjoying the journey is not less important than getting to the last mile.
Life is passing us by while we are waiting to get to our destination and we don’t get to enjoy life, because of the race.
Then, one day, we find ourselves in our 60’s, 70’s or 80’s and we ask where did life go?
Life is not a race, it’s a marathon and getting to the last mile will only give you satisfaction for a moment. But enjo=ing life moment by moment, while acknowledging your family and friends, will give you real satisfaction in life.


Lunar eclipse: where did you see it from?

Lunar eclipse: where did you see it from?

Just few days ago skywatchers around the world could experience a rare natures wonder: the longest “Blood Moon” eclipse of 21 Century. The moon turned orange-red and ruddy brown colors as it rose. Part of the eclipse was visible from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, most of Asia and South America. 

The eclipse lasted for one hour, 43 minutes as the moon passed right through the center of the Earth’s shadow, at the shadow’s widest point. “This is actually almost as long as a lunar eclipse could be,” Prof Tim O’Brien, an astrophysicist at the University of Manchester, explained.
Did you see the “blood moon”? Where did you witness the eclipse from?