Thursday, May 19, 2016

[GMW #3558] The Fate Or Destiny Of Our Planet - Homo Sapien Catastrophe Or Full Reparations For All Harms

[GMW #3558] The Fate Or Destiny Of Our Planet - Homo Sapien Catastrophe Or Full Reparations For All Harms Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 4000
~ Idea 3953 ~
A Fate of Our Planet outstanding statement:
"Homo sapiens is poised to become the greatest catastrophic agent since the giant asteroid collided with the Earth 65 million years ago wiping out half the world's species in a geological instant."

Richard Leakey 1995

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume III - The Seasons of Life
Chapter 1 -
The Span of Life

O God, I will chant endlessly the glory of life and of Your Creation.

I want my life to be a shining example of it.

UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.

Poetry is an act of peace.
~ Pablo Neruda -

Changing the World One Word at a Time
Listen to Belissa Escobedo, Rhiannon McGavin, and Zariya Allen, members of the Get Lit organization, who are determined to change the world, one word at a time. In this performance of "Somewhere in America," they open for singer John Legend at the Hollywood Bowl.

The poem calls to attention the kind of information passed along unintentionally in classrooms, and addresses some hard truths and dark topics based on personal experiences.

"I think poetry is the best way to express emotions..." McGavin says, "Its an amazing way to help people, especially teens."

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Be The Change
Find out more about Get Lit, an organization that uses classic and spoken word poetry to increase teen literacy.

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