We're dead with the world

Many people are too relaxed about what is happening on planet Earth because they think they will no longer see it. Most are expected to not happen in their lives. This is not just the most self-conscious thing, but their inaction affects everyone. The planet is dying because of man's handling, and that's our responsibility.

Things have definitely changed over the past 50 years and frankly, scary. Costs are facing under control, the world's population is definitely not controlled, and the extent of the species's leakage is also excluded.

Everything was younger when I was younger. Plenty of food, lots of land, cheap housing, and a great way of life. It was not rich but we did not need it. It was warmth, clothing, good education, entertaining, enjoying our environment. Where I lived in Bondi, New South Wales, it was a wonderful beach and along the peninsula a few further away from the beautiful Sydney Harbor. To remember my youth.

It was slowly changing things. People came from different parts of the world and bought their culture and lifestyle with them. Behavior patterns included the large families that were produced. My brothers were number three, but some of these families had ten, twelve, or even more children.

Nobody thought about global warming or overpopulation at that moment. There was no mention of climate change, and weather patterns certainly will not get anything. There was a lot of nutrition because our agricultural land was extremely productive and farmers were enriched. They lived well and people were generally good. There was no discrimination, social differences or barriers to classification. If you want to do something that you just went out and did it.

But this is not the case today. In the last fifty years, the world's population has grown from 2.5 billion to 7 billion, climate change is real, weather conditions are unusual, economies are far less productive and we strive to get enough energy to maintain our lifestyle. The rush is to create as many energy producing areas as coal and gas mines, at least in Australia. The oceans are so heavily fished that many ocean species crash, and some are extinct.

Put it together, and what did you do. It is a world where people can no longer live in peace and security where many animal and plant species are destroyed and where discrimination is widespread as the rich are richer and the poor are poorer. Yes, we are dying because we are killing ideas that are not in reality in the administration of systems, myths, and laughable politicians dealing with big issues.

Most of us will live to regret what is happening today.

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