Of what good are the many modern inventions, that are manufactured at the expense of “unconditioning” the conditions of nature, when most of them contribute in transforming our environments as incomplete; therefore, threatening our survival as a species? What happened to the rights of our innate conditional freedom? Why can’t many people see that most mediated superlative theories, that are being turned into a physical cynreality, are only making perfected conditions, unconditionally imperfect? The most absurd thing in all of this, is that most people actually believe (figuratively feel) that this will go on forever: or at least just long enough, to allow many indulge in their greed before natural conditions become unlivable (all along, hoping that such unlivable unconditional conditions won’t manifest, at least in their lifespans).
It may seem, with all the many great inventions that simplifies our lifestyles, that we are ascending as a generation; but instead, we’re actually descending in degeneration. If we don’t soon come into some form of a global collective agreement to change and clean up our environment(s), we may not last for long. And if for some reason we can never seem to come together, indefinitely; the spans of settling are then over, and one must then isolate in achieving what truly makes one happy, or satisfied; of course, constructively within reason. At least we can do our constructive parts in isolation; with the trust, that by some collective reason, logic and mercy, the earth will get cleaned up, after all.
[Article Posted by: Sabiazoth Alonso]
[Writing & Concept by: Sabiazoth Alonso]
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[Image(s): Pollution emits from a factory in Yutian, 100km East of Beijing, in China’s Northwest of Hebei Province. Surging levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) sent greenhouse gases into the atmosphere at a new record level in 2013; while oceans, in which absorbed the emissions, have become an alarming acidic increase level than ever: stipulated by the UN, in Gregorian September 9, 2014. AFP Photo, by Peter Parks (July 18, 2006)]