Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

Pacific, San FransiscoI love the sea. Plain and simple, and all of the things that go with it. Well, that is, all the natural things that go with it. I wish we, as people, would be kinder to it, and use our intelligence and not ignorance and stop throwing unimaginable amounts of crap into it. I wish we had a global self-love for our planet, to the point of crazy uni-global narcissism, never doing anything but for ourselves, our sea, our land, our planet, and all that it is, AS A WHOLE. TEAM WORLD. Why can’t we stop buying into the shallow caress that money and power fleetingly give us? It does not help, does not solve, and definitely does not love. I hurt for the planet that we are creating. I long for peace, and depth, and strength, all those qualities that are the sea. Is it possible to use ego for good?

 

6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

  1. Living within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean, I, too, hold a deep regard and love for our watery planet and the beauty of the open water! Your picture captures much of that open vastness and the secrets it holds. Our lives depend upon healthy bodies of water and all the creatures living in them. Everything we do will decide our planet’s future ~ good conservation decisions will determine the kind of life we lead. Our treatment of these sources of life are beyond ego, IMHO, to self-sustaining outcomes for the entire world we share. Thank you for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚ xoxoxox

    • I took that photo with you! Around the Sutro Bath / restuarant area. With my point and shoot. I am pretty sure the first time I visited you when we went to the Symphony and all that stuff. If only more people thought like you San Franciscans! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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