by Brianna G. Harte
After watching “Tomorrowland” movie, I got inspired to write this. It’s a big “what if”, but why not? That’s the bigger question.
similar: “Anyway” by Martina McBride, “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind”
Could we go wrong if each one of us stops worrying about money, about politics, about competition, and start focusing on making solutions for the world’s problems? Think about it. The push-backs on progress, like the oil companies buying out patents for electric vehicles just so that they cannot be used, have been ongoing. Until we start working for a better future, to transform it and prevent a global meltdown, can anything really change? We have to believe that we are destined for something more. Life is not about just surviving, getting money, and dying. We can do more. What if we start thinking like this? If you think about it, we have all the materials we need. If you see deforestation, there are seeds that can be planted. If you see a neighborhood known for being unsafe, open a center where gang members and the community could see opportunities better than a gang life. If you want to see a more beautiful, safe, and intriguing world, you must go make it yourself. It does take effort. It will require you to be different and use your difference to make a difference. Say that to yourself. But do not feel daunted. Feel privileged. Empowered. One to be welcomed.
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