Our World View
Take care of this planet; it's the only one we have.
PLEASE do not throw any trash on the ground.
PLEASE do not throw cigarettes on the ground or in any body of water. The carcinogens in a cigarette filter poison fish and we eat those poisoned fish. We know smoking is an addiction; if you want to stop and find it difficult, get help and/or pick up Allen Carr's "Easy Way to Stop Smoking."
PLEASE do not climb all over or write on world treasures. What's the point?
The self-interested man on the right climbed over a "do not cross" barrier at Ephesus because he wanted his pictures. Because he ignored the signs, other people followed suit, trampling over irreplacable artifacts.
We are never going to have such treasures again. When they are gone, they are gone. What is the matter with these people? The planet belongs to everyone. No ONE has a right to trash it.
Surely there is a better way to "make your mark."
Consider some form of art, travel photography (in appropriate places -- not behind "do not cross" signs), volunteering to clean seashores, helping young people achieve a distant goal . . .
If no ideas come to mind, consider picking a book such as Make Your Mark: Explore Your Creativity and Discover Your Inner Artist by Margaret Peot.
Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude
Reading departure signs in some big airport
Reminds me of the places I've been
Visions of good times that brought so much pleasure
Makes me want to go back again
E-mail: Dianne @ DianneLevy.com