Look at all that's happened, weather-wise, in the last few weeks, around the world. Consider all that has taken place recently and that is still, just now, occurring. This was at the end of August.
We all know what happened in Southeast Texas and Western Louisiana at about that same time.
This took place last night.
This, in fact, is what's going on now as most of us know.
But this is also going on now, as too many, I think, aren't aware.
Then check this out. This is what's coming up, for pity's sake, in the next week or so.
Not to be done there, with all the hurricanes and flooding and all that water, the world over, we can't forget the parts of our own nation, whole sections, over states, that are so dry and hot and what that's doing to them.
Keep in mind, too, this is only the last few weeks, up to now. It's only a partial list. It's not everything, like this, that has taken place this year. It's my contention we can't, right now, keep up with all the really large, jarring, killing and home destroying weather and Earth events on the planet presently.
So this is my question.
Isn't it time we all, here on this rock, here on planet Earth, all we humans, started realizing we really are all "in this together"? That we need one another? Rich, poor, old, young, everyone?
Isn't it long, long overdue?
Up to now, it seems this has, too much, almost singularly, guided us.