New thinking in the New Year

With us beginning a New Year, perhaps we can start New Thinking.

Editor:

With us beginning a New Year, perhaps we can start New Thinking, and maybe even realize ‘consequences’ to ‘actions.’ For the third try, New Prosperity Mine proved it would cause devastating impact on the environment. How about three strikes, you’re out?

To want to push the mine through regardless of environmental impact really shows the height of corporate/human selfishness and greed, in my eyes.

“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”

With that being said, look at the wars, famine, crimes against humanity, the unbridled greed and corruption in governments, and the disempowerment of humanity.

Do we have individual freedom and prosperity for all?

Do we have a clean, pristine environment?

What is the condition of our air, water, and land?

Let’s not dismiss those questions so readily without asking –– Who is in control of this planet and more importantly, are you contributing to the mess?

Are you part of the problem, or part of the solution? In this new year, I sincerely hope everyone takes off their `horse blinders’ broadens their minds and starts looking at better, healthier solutions to the economy.

“The most terrifying weapon in the world is the man who lost his humanity.”

Sara Hazledine

Williams Lake