I used to hate recycling. I was quick to believe the discrediting rumors that the sorted materials didn’t even get recycled at the trash centers. Often in my childhood I would be conscripted by my mother for volunteer work, callousing my hands and my heart towards any kind of litter pick up walks. Bitterness was sown deep as I hated a nature that was obvious to be condemned to destruction.
But after watching Food Inc. and Earth 2100—Before I continue, I just wanted to say Earth 2100 was probably one of the best direct-to-tv movies since Uprising. And I only liked Uprising because it was about Jews and Nazis, and it had the guy from Friends…and they had cool European accents. Anyways, Earth 2100’s documentary + grunge comic style story telling reminded me of the game, Infamous and Animatrix at the same time. It’s completely believable and a good story. I feel like I have to be part of the solution. Whatever that may be like, I don’t know.
The world is on a path to destruction. An industry of meat doomed to implode, a growing frequency of natural disasters, overpopulation, sources of energy, disease, are all problems without even getting into more expressive problems directly created by man towards man(war, tyranny, shi*boop*y mtv). And as I get older I see why it’s more and more important to be a man of God. We are unable to face all of these gigantic problems alone.
Without really having read Revelations I don’t really want to link it anymore towards the Bible in fear of getting shi*boop* wrong.