“As environmentalist Bill McKibben pointed out in an influential 2012 piece for Rolling Stone magazine, titled “Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math,” the planet has already warmed 0.8 degrees, and the carbon dioxide we have already emitted is set to warm it another 0.8, which means that, even without burning another hydrocarbon molecule, we are three-quarters of the way to our limit.”
Why does society frown towards its most popular secrets?
Burying them deep within the most foul circumstances never to see the light of day? Always battling “the bad” while praising “the good.” Thats not called righteousness, it’s called a double standard. Pretending something doesn’t exist never makes it disappear.
If anything suppressing a secret ensures it’ll bubble over. Taboo for you is daily life for someone else.
Always keep your heart honest and your mind open so nothing, man or woman, can play you stupid.
It makes me so mad that I can’t change things. In the long run someday I believe I can, but I mean right now today I don’t have the means or the funds. The world is becoming so…
“In today’s world,
Kicks and screams,
Are drowned by the cents of green.”©
“Ugly reality of systematic formalities. Call it whatever you want, feel however you need. Label me, judge me, try to down me indeed. Act like this is the start of some pact, what you can’t do is ignore an actual fact.”
“Seems to me,
Is taboo in today’s reality.”©
“Incessantly pondering lifes maze
Obsessively wondering natures’ ways
Patiently mastering my impatient tactics
Creatively utilizing spastic oxymorons.”©
“Most want to lead,
Without any semblance of conviction.
Others will follow,
Unknowingly blinded by prescription.
I won’t ask you to stand behind me,
Rather besides me,
Togetherness is key.
Not who’s in front,
Whether you or me.”
“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”
“You must be the change you want to see in the world.”
“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.”
To hope thru societies lies.
Pen forged of spirit, paper made of earth,
Weighed down by humanities sizable girth.
Still in darkness we must believe in right,
Fumbling now, yet seeing the light.”