How do we save the world for our children and future generations to come

South Africa
April 24, 2008 10:20am CST
The world today has become unbelievably advanced. The world of technology has revolutionised the way humans live on this earth. Life has become somewhat easier, faster and a lot more interesting for some quaters of human existence. But on the flip side of the coin, we are sitting on an environmental time bomb with the threat posed by the scurge of global warming. Our comforts and lifestyles threaten to consume our children's future and the legacy of humanity. The plunder and greed of other humans shackles people into fierce cycles of poverty. The scurge of HIV Aids ravages humanity while leaders debate and argue endlessly. The prejudice and discrimination cast on cultures and religious groupings of the world. Kids killing their own friends and schoolmates of scholl playing fields. All these social ills happen while the silence deafens our existence. Faced with all these what do we do? How can we be a collective to combat and safe humanity?
2 responses
@jdyrj777 (6558)
• United States
25 Apr 08
Solar power and wind power sure would do a world of difference. Living by Jahovah's standards would take care of the rest.
@spoiled311 (5502)
• Philippines
24 Apr 08
for one, we can save on electricity, that will save the environment. we can car pool, not be wasteful with water, and also conserve paper. that would save a lot of trees. but if we only live in moderation, much of the resources will be saved and it will allow the earth to rehabilitate itself. :)