We are the stewards of this world we live in; we are responsible for the well-being of the planet and all living things on it. We are responsible for one another, be it friend, stranger and even foe. God gave us the gift of life and the gift of such a beautiful planet to call home along with the responsibility of caring for both. Somehow a lot of us forgot our responsibilities and/or our job of being stewards of this world. So much pollution is filling the air, covering the land and poisoning the water. There is too many hungry and homeless people and way too many children in poverty. When did we lose our way and how can we find our way back? How can we continue to pollute our planet and allow famine and homelessness to run rampant across our beautiful world? We can spend trillions of dollars on wars and dedicate such a large workforce to achieve victory but yet spare hardly any resources to combat the hunger and homeless in our own country and around the world. As precious as life is along with the beautiful and wondrous planet to live on we don’t seem to care that we are throwing it all away. Since there is so many of us humans on this planet we all can choose just one or two things to be responsible for in our stewardship and still make an impact. Not everyone can be in Greenpeace or be a political activist. Not everyone is cut out to be a social worker or volunteer. Choose your battle and be dedicated to its cause, be it feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, cleaning up your hometown or doing grassroots activism.
This is our planet to take care of and we should do the best we can to make it a better place. Governments only can do so much to change our world; the rest is up to us and the business sector. We need to pressure both the governments and businesses of the world into being more green minded as well as more charitable towards the less fortunate. Not so much by making laws but by our spending and voting habits as well as writing our representatives. We should educate our fellow stewards about the state of our world and how to make changes at a personal level as well as in the big picture. We as a species need to learn to accept and tolerate the differences between us as people in order to come together and make this world a better place for ourselves and our children.
The Children are the world’s greatest resource and they are our precious future.
- To make the changes needed in time to save our beautiful home called Earth. (barbierfamilly.com)
- Old structures CAN be re-purposed to end chronic homelessness!: Rosanne Haggerty, pioneer in supportive housing, moves into social innovation. – Courant.com (homelessnessinsavannah.wordpress.com)
- Make This App For The Homeless (thehomelessguy.blogspot.com)
- Savannah needs to consider: Alternatives to Criminalization | Issue | United States Interagency Council on Homelessness USICH (homelessnessinsavannah.wordpress.com)
- Compassion (thehomelessguy.blogspot.com)
- Morally Ambiguous Question of the Day: Is it wrong to use homeless people as Wi-Fi hotspots? (popwatch.ew.com)
- Feeding The Homeless BANNED In Major Cities All Over America (seeker401.wordpress.com)