We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children. ~Native American Proverb
It’s 10: 44 PM on day 133 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself Batura – deep fried bread –for breakfast, tweet about my Clean Water For All Campaign for a few hours – no donations were made to my campaign today but on the plus side I just found out three hours ago that my campaign has been extended from March5th 2011 to March 5th 2012– I feel like jump for joy too bad I can’t LOL – feed myself rice and curry for lunch, exercise for 20 minutes and feed myself bun and chicken nuggets for dinner – I forgot it was meat-free for a second and accidently ate chicken LOL although I suppose 2/3 is not too bad for my first attempt
A few weeks ago I read a blog post called 10 Ways To Go Green And Save Green by @JustDiii (Dian) and subsequently made a commitment to eating three meatless meals every Monday, but one thing led to another and soon I had forgotten all about it until I read How do human CO2 emissions compare to natural CO2 emissions by Gpwayne this morning and realized that the future of the planet depended on what we did in the present. Have you ever wondered what would become of our children’s children if we depleted all of Earth’s natural resources?