I don’t want to bury my head in the sand.

Sometimes you will disagree with me.  Sometimes you will agree with me.  And sometimes I will be wrong.

But only by questioning and discussing and attempting to view the world our childrens children will live in, can we come to terms with the cost of our daily decisions and how we run our lives.

Imagine the continued growth of the massive ocean gyres without restraint, can we maintain landfill & single use plastics without question, and how long is it before plastics breakdown and leach into our groundwater?  Do we mind that approximately 20% of species will die out if we only do the minimum we can, to combat climate change?

Why do all these kids have allergies, and why are so many kids on drugs?  So much growth in the understanding of the brain. So many changes in how we live our lives.  So many chemicals in our kids that weren’t in their grandparents.  Are we taking ownership of our own lives?  Are we happy?

It fascinates me that we get an hit of dopamine when we buy, when we get something – and how do we understand that we get similar feelings when we give and when we love?  It just that suddenly life also becomes more meaningful. Or not?

It’s all good juicy stuff to ponder and talk about.   You’ll feel better for it.

These questions are for everybody.  And the sooner we talk about more than Lady Gaga’s tits and the Beckhams social life the sooner we might come to terms with what this Earth desperately needs us to do.

Because I never want to be told that I didn’t care.    

One Response to I don’t want to bury my head in the sand.

  1. Bradley says:

    Dear Jodie,

    I would like to thank you for all your time and effort you have put into this site, keep it up!

    I have recently moved to New Zealand from South Africa, thinking I was coming to a 'Healthy' nation, but in the few short months I have been here, I have come across many people with serious illnesses, which has prompted me to look further into what is really going-on behind the scenes.

    Kind Regards



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