It is undeniable that our earth is getting older and older, and that sooner or later, our natural resources will run out. But sad to say that only few considered this fact. The planet that we live in is badly wounded and we, human beings are responsible on that. Sure enough that we don’t have the intention of doing something bad to our planet, it is our ignorance that get us there. That is why there are a lot of campaigns helping us became aware about the critical problem of our planet and what we can do to help.
However, there are groups of people that are working together for the sake of our environment. A new website that I found, The Tree of Tomorrow aspires to become an outstanding and influential reference and resource about this subject. Their aim is to highlight and concentrate on the most inspiring stories and practical information about ecological living.
Let me share to you what I just found out in their website, an Ecovillage Living. The name alone sounds environmental and resource- friendly. Ecovillage are urban or rural communities of people who strive to integrate a supportive social environment with a low-impact way of life. One of the ways to achieve this is by integrating various aspects of ecological designs of living that sustains. This website will be a wind that carries the “best of the best” ancient words and new ideas on responsible living as seeds to those who are ready to get into action. The Tree of Tomorrow Site is a place of “How To’s” for responsible living. Now that the solution is being presented to us, our role will be to help implementing them.
We need to be responsible in our daily living for the sake of our children and our children’s children. Encourage others to be responsible, too. Let us seek ways to be a part of the solution that our earth needs. If you got some exemplary thoughts and ideas about living responsible, this site is open for contributions. Let your thoughts be heard throughout the world. Although we don’t know how long our planet can hold us, but I want to believe that we still have the chance to change.