I am here to help mother Earth sustain as much life as possible—to find ways to end poverty and to help species survive.
I have the hugest passion for life; I think this is God and that it should be rightfully shared with everything that exists—the five kingdoms of life. I know the saying that evolution is based on “survival of the fittest,” but this does not necessarily mean that “the fittest” are not able to help those in need of or in want of this precious gift that our universe has created.
There are many things I want to do in my lifetime and I know I’m going to take part in each one way or another. I will help the poor because there is no reason for poverty to exist, as there is no reason that we should be helping animals reach the peak toward their extinction. I know that if I help the poor by joining an organization dedicated to such causes, I can also influence these people to help the animals that are endangered. I will help people get involved in living a much simpler life where they can start adapting to more natural ways of consuming; naming a few: using more alternative ways of energy- solar, wind, water, and buying natural, organic, or recycled products, and participating in programs like the community GAIA. This not only makes one feel good but it leaves the proper footsteps for others to follow as well. It helps change the world for the better one footstep at a time, and I want to be one of these leading footsteps in our world.
I thank life that in the near future I’ll be able to share life itself with many others by trying, even if it’s in a small way, to help all types of animals including humans. My future day: I am getting ready for my morning business by putting on my workout clothes. I instruct a few people every morning on how to maintain a healthy weight and make smart, healthy choices in their life both physically and mentally. These people have also become my friends as some of them also participate in the organization I’ve been part of for quite a while now.
As I get ready for my next task, I get a call from a friend in Africa and I receive good news that a particular tribe in Africa has generously received the food we sent them that we raised money for. Today I am going to help some of my colleagues to release a pack wolves back to the wild—a reservation we fought for a while back and thankfully got it. But before I leave, I have to clean my solar panels outside because it is ironically snowing today. As I start to clean my solar panels, a delivery comes; it’s the clothes I ordered a week ago since I can’t find any eco-friendly clothing products around here and I must say I am pretty happy that I finally got my Coldplay CD also, so guess what I’m listening to on my way over there?