Taking Care of the Earth

Taking Care of the Earth

Welcome to this edition of the Weekly Circle—where we start the week with a few ideas that make us think.

This week, we’re thinking about our Earth Day.  Former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt said it best.

A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.

How do we become careful stewards our home? International Earth Day emerged in the 1970s as a response to the oblivious mainstream who had little regard to their negative impact on the environment. Fast forward almost 50 years, our culture has changed in a positive direction, both individuals and companies. Being proactive about our impact is no longer a choice or a 'nice thing to do'. It's a no-brainer requirement.

We'd love to hear from you!

What are some things you could recommend to others to reduce their impact on the environment?
 



A few things for you to click on:

🎥  Nature, Beauty and Gratitude  - A new way to visualize musical rhythm. So cool!

🎥  This is the most bizarre yet gratifying music video on Earth featuring artists from Sia, Lil Dicky, Lil Jon, John Legend, Backstreet Boys, Snoop Dogg and more. Watch it!

🎥  Earth Day 1970 to 2019 - What has REALLY changed since the first Earth Day?
 

That's all! Wishing you all a week of being more gentle to our one and only Earth.

Warmly,
Jesal

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