Greeting Selassie Live,
I'm not sure of your context,although what you say makes sense in its self.
If you were making a side comment about life and that somtimes we dont have control,then I sight it.When looking at the topic of the thread,though,(environmental breakdown and possible great earth changes)it is fairly reasonable to think that a comment that we all have to bite the dust sometime or we are sometimes at the mercy of the forces of nature is somehow connected to the topic.Do you sight this?
Those in the 'third world' face 'this' everyday....can you tell me what 'this' reality is that you are talking about as in relation to the topic?
If the environment were o.k,what would be the difference to their situation?
If they are just trying to survive day to day then its up to those who dont have to be as concearned(westerners)with survival to do something progressive for the environment,right?So its not that I'm saying 'so what' to the environment or that people die more quickly in 'third world',I'm saying 'so what' to the obvious reality that you have brought up and wondering where thats meant to go.What does that have to do with the price of fish?Maybe I'm missing you,getting wires crossed.Bless bro...
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