THE WORTH OF INTELLIGENCE

Intelligence is not worth anything when you do not use it....

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WALK SLOWLY

Life close to nature has taught me to walk slowly. Humans are the only beings on this planet who wear a watch. There is no one who can rush the flowers, nor the rain. While the technology exists to do so, this only satisfies the times of humans, not...

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EVERYTHING IS ALIVE!

Everything is alive! Every rock and mountain and tree and animal....

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VULNERABLE LISTENING

Having grown up at the foothills of the Himalayas replete with litchi orchards, life has been full of encounters with inhabitants of the mountains, each one carrying a different shard of my ancestors. I speak with them — to the moths that would...

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WE DEPEND ON YOUR DECISIONS

Remember that the existence of the future generations depends on the decisions of today. Do not choose your political livelihood over the millions of lives that are affected by environmental degradation every day....

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THINK LESS ABOUT BUILDING AND DEVELOPING LAND

We need you to think less about building and developing land, and more about growing and protecting environment. We want to continue seeing the animals that you got to see when you were a child. We want to stroll around the garden, hand pick few...

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EVERY LIVING BEING TEACHES US TO COEXIST WITH THE WORLD

Every form of living being teaches us a way to love life, with its difficulties and affinities. They show us the result of millions of years of solving problems. Everything is already solved, our architectures, designs and psychologies need to lo...

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PAY ATTENTION

Every living being teaches us something, we just have to pay attention and interpret it properly....

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Teamwork

I admire bees so much that my desire is to become one of them — from their flight, which is a real enigma, to the funny way they buzz while filling their little bodies with pollen. But what I admire the most is that they form hives and carry out a...

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RESPECT THE HABITAT OF EACH BEING

My non-human teachers teach me to respect the habitat of each being, the need to have a home where to live in peace and safety, to be free, to have good health. Empathy is a quality that we must develop as much as possible to understand other human a...

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CONSEQUENCE OF OUR CURRENT ACTS

Let’s see the future as a consequence of our current acts, let’s show the youngest examples of good acts that have been done before and how they have contributed to the improvement of today. Every little seed that is planted today, tomorrow w...

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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Facing an uncertain future, I find hope and resilience in my family. My mom and I talk about everything and when we talk I feel inspired and she warns me and teaches me a lot because she has been through a lot and she doesn’t want me to make th...

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SPEAK UP, AND…

We are the first generation to know we’re destroying the world, and we could be the last one to do anything about it. Speaking up is one of the most powerful things you can do. Talk to the people in charge. Talk to your friends, neighbours, and...

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DANCING IN YELLOW

Dancing in yellow tastes sweeter than passionfruit, a place where the mountains, the beetles, the trees can hold me. They give me so much — I want to give back, to make them feel held. To support them in their growth, to watch the sun continue...

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PLANTS LIVE AND LET US LIVE

Plants live and let us live. We must live so that we can benefit each other....

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WE TOO DISAPPEAR

We need to learn that no matter how intelligent humans are, if planet Earth and its resources disappear, we too disappear....

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DO WHAT YOU CAN

One day a wildfire engulfed a forest, the animals ran and stood by the river watching in fear and helplessness. A small hummingbird flew to the river and scooped up a beak full of water and poured it onto the fire. The animals discouraged him, an...

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NOW OR NEVER

It is now or never. That’s all I want to say....

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TIME TO INCLUDE THE YOUTH

Stop protecting and sheltering youth from the climate crisis reality. It is not doom and gloom, but hopeful participation, determination, and imagination that drive the involvement of youth in climate action. It is time to include youth in the de...

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A TREE LEAF ONCE TAUGHT ME

I keep this photo to remind me of what a tree leaf once taught me. Feeling exhausted after a hard mornings’ work, I sat in the grass to have lunch and picked up this fragile heart-shaped leaf. In that moment, the tree leaf taught me two things, sha...

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