Human beings are endowed with unlimited power to advance progressively, as manifested in the numerous areas of their existence, particularly when it concerns certain standards of conduct and behavior, sparked by an undying inborn spirit that propels achievements, spawning more and more achievements as time goes by, prompted by needs that call for Encouragement, Compensation and Fulfillment
Without this attribute, there can be no accomplishments that open the way for progressive developments in many areas of endeavors.
Going hand in hand with encouragement is compensation. With the sharpening of intellect that give birth to technology, the equilibrium and continuity of freedom are assured, thus motivating thoughts and actions affirmatively.
This should be considered as an attribute that completes the fulfillment of needs, upending values underlying the power that translates human endeavors to accomplishments, leaving no stone unturned in the way of attaining the desired objectives.
Poem: There’s never a dull moment, So say the sages, Some moments, however, Develop in stages. There’s never a dull moment We can’t do without, Moments reflecting What life is about. Time ticks away Each moments for ever, But sets aside values Of work and endeavor.
Referring to the pope’s encyclical with regard to climate change, it is also my view that at this point in time, there should be a concerted effort to try and find a solution to the problem before it might be too late. The benign nature of our planet is beginning to alter its inherent characteristic. It might not continue to tolerate the foibles of human beings who seem unconcerned about the future, in spite of the fact that we are already witnessing the devastation in certain parts of the United States that appear to be unprecedented.
No other planet would have accommodated us, considering our indifference. We seem to be more concerned about how best we can defy the warning signs, and less concerned about our survival.
The pope’s encyclical might have been prompted by the flooding in certain parts of the United States, which he considers as manifestations of warnings. When we think of the seemingly unlimited endurance of planet Earth and how fortunate we are to be spared the self-destruction so far, we should also be reminded that it is time for us, as human beings, to realize the fact that it might be too late before we finally wake up to reslity.