The art of being green isn’t a fad or trendy. It’s mostly common sense, and a time honored perspective that recognizes our link to all living things. Rather than celebrating our power over nature, a green attitude understands the joy and benefit of living in harmony with nature.
Living in harmony promotes a sense of community and creates connections between ourselves and the environment. Instead of taking our resources for granted, a green viewpoint respects and marvels at the centuries old mysteries of nature’s gifts.
Clean water, sunlight and fresh air – the basis for our survival, are too often taken for granted. It’s an easy mistake. Understanding their value, and the need to preserve them for centuries to come, makes good common sense. Imagine a life without one, or all three.
The art of being green isn’t something that comes in a box or a bottle. We shouldn’t use it to give ourselves a pat on the back. It is an intuitive knowing that somehow, somewhere, we all share an energy that is inexplicable.
The Art of Being Green – it’s mostly common sense and a time honored perspective that recognizes our link to all living things.