In the Beginning - There Was Light - In the End, May the Light Still Shine!

We face many challenges in the world today. Two of the biggest challenges are environmental and ecological.

Many of us were or are children of the "future shock" generation. We feared what would happen to us in the coming years. Nuclear holocast or invasion from a foreign power? But that was then, this is now. And today we are being warned of an even greater danger - loosing our planet all together.

The air we breathe is so polluted it is unreal. There are now more than 7 billion people in the world - all of which seek prosperity and with prosperity comes even more pollution. There are reportedly over 1.7 billion cars in the world operating today, Imagine three times more - the air would be so full of carbon dioxide we'd all be dead.

That is, if they all burnt fossil fuels. But, that's changing hopefully to the better. But what isn't changing is the energy expended to build those automobiles. This too is a carbon emitting engine that is growing larger. Much needs to be done to improve the way we do things and emit less carbon or other poisons we so freely dispense into the air we breathe.

Our hardwood trees are in danger of extinction. Yes, that is correct - the hardwoods are disappearing making way for advancement in the Rain Forests or for the ever increasing need to make furniture or flooring out of trees. Etc., etc. Like the introduction of some sort of Chinese Beatle that feeds off of our trees in the U.S.

But there is change occuring here, bamboo flooring was introduced as an ecologically friendly material - hemp is making a comeback - soon to be legal in every state and country in the world. See Allin1Pot Here!

Yet, there is still much left to be desired.

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