THE SAME EVERYWHERE
Tuesday May 30, 2017
Every breath you take …
Opening pop song line, or description of life itself?
What about tomorrow?
Will there be air worth breathing?
All air on earth is all the only air that has ever been here. Replenished by nature, as is water. Changing forms. Moving around on breezes. A solid, a liquid, a gas?
That breath you just took, same breath every baby child or chick took, same breath every dinosaur did, every rodent did, every living thing – plants or animals, ever did?
Every penguin, polar bear and person. Over here and over there. Then, now, and tomorrow.
I believe, if we clean our air, water and soil will follow. Essential to life, every breath we take is ‘breathtaking’, exhilarating experience of enjoying a magnificent view of a wide landscape …
Start with air, it’s a gas!