Sustainability – What is it?

NAME News
October 12, 2013

Article: Sustainability – What is it?

Response:

I care about the proper grammar, punctuation and context of my words and what have you, but at this point in writing my thoughts, I am just going to write as I feel it, as if I was talking with you face to face without the use of written words. So, in that case, I ask for your apologizes for any mistakes in the follow response.     – NAME News.

This is NAME News, I am your reporter, Matthew Johnson

The ONLY template from the Creator we Earthlings have to use in order to run and dictate this planet is the blueprint and guideline of our Cosmic parents, Father Sun and Mother Earth.

These two have mastered the art of sustaining creativity and evolution, WAY before our original earthling ancestors graced this planet. So, Father Sun and Mother earth have been doing their thing for quite some time.

What is it that these two have been sustaining, so to speak? 
What IS Sustainability? 
WHY do we even need this on this planet?

Those are all wonderful questions.

Sustainability, according to our friends at the Environmental Protection Agency, is the simple principal that everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generation.

Sustaining and maintaining our Mother Earth in harmony with ourselves, to fulfill our social, economic, and I dare say our spiritual requirement of our present day and the future generations that are destined to inherit this from us should be our number one focus.

It sounds like to me, that Father Sun and Mother Earth have been passing their requirement qualification checklist without any problems. Until we decided to try to ‘take over the family business’ of Father and Mother, and all we have done is run our resources dry, polluting our water and airways, over consumption of food, land, and natural habitats – it is TIME for a change, like right now.

WHY? Why do we need sustainability? Excellent question.

WE need sustainability, because first off, we cannot afford to lose and use up ALL of our resources, without putting anything back, or preserving what we have within reserves.

Example – 1: If you win 25,000 in a lottery, and everyday you are spending, and spending, and spending, eventually, your funds will be minimal or even completely depleted.

Consider the following – Earthlings of planet Earth. It seems that you need trees and vegetation in order to live, breathe, grow, and continue on your way to carry on the existence of this planet. Why on Earth would we want to cut trees, deplete forests, and rattle the harmony of nature, when this is OUR only planet – divinely evolved and created for this particular existence?

Do we have other planets that are floating around in our cosmos that the earthling human can inhabit and jump to? And if so, WHY would we want to destroy THIS one? All of our past ancestors and lineage is here. This is home base, HQ, our (current) birth planet.

We have to make a change, and it starts with our perception of HOW to see this planet – how to see our Mother, how to respect her operation, ways to enrich her in the glory of her husband and our Father of light.

This is their creation, we are their children. This is our primary chore living on this planet, keeping this planet in better shape than when we had it, ready to rock and roll for the next set of children who will inherit and rule this awesome cosmic garden.

“If you are not sustaining, you are not maintaining”.

Sources:

http://epa.gov/sustainability/basicinfo.htm

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