The must watch and read for all sushi, fish and fish oils rich with Omega 3 enthusiasts.
“Snow is…a beautiful reminder of life and all its quirks. It makes me pause. Think. Stay still. Even my mind takes the hint. It makes me feel giddy. Like a kid. I bring my hot cocoa to the window and simply sit and reminisce…It brings me back to days of school cancellations and snow igloos and King of the Mountain games in my childhood neighborhood…That for this one moment in time, I’m not an adult with all the headaches that can accompany that responsibility, but instead, I’m still the girl in pigtails with the handmade hat and mittens, just waiting to build her next snowman.” – R.B. O’Brien
Sir David Attenborough's “witness statement” detailing the world’s devastating biodiversity loss at the hands of humanity, along with his vision for the future. It is still not too late, if we act now. This documentary is on my "must watch" list and I recommend it to every person, who cares about the future on this planet.
Everyone of us is unique and has unique chance to improve quality of life on Earth, help Earth to recover and give chance to the future generations.. We are all connected and Earth is our home which need our good work and good heart more than ever!
"We totally rely on nature: for food, for medicine, for clothes, for energy, for everything. We are part of nature, it is inherent in everything we are and do." – Bård Vegar Solhjell, Director General of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation @noradno at #GLFBiodiversity
"Over the course of six widely varied episodes, leaders from the frontlines of biodiversity research and action, speaking in their individual expert capacities, will share cutting-edge science and vibrant personal insights about some of the most important issues facing people and the planet – starting with the links between COVID-19, nature loss and what we can do to reduce the risk of future pandemics. "
There was a time when meadow, grove, and stream,
The earth, and every common sight,
To me did seem
Apparelled in celestial light,
The glory and the freshness of a dream.
It is not now as it hath been of yore;—
Turn wheresoe'er I may,
By night or day.
The things which I have seen I now can see no more.