Posted by: David McKay | March 3, 2011

Why you should read this blog:

If for no other reason, you should read this blog because of all the different links I make available to you.

There is Sara Bayle’s, The Daily Ocean, which is an incredible recording of one woman’s attempt to deal with the trash on this planet; she has enlisted the aid of people in her community and the local schools, friends and family.

Or how about the news sources you can link to through my site:

Environmental websites that you can link to:

Is there a group or organization or that one person you know who is making a difference that you feel should be on my list?  Tell me!

Have you read Kate’s blog: Kate’s Considered Life ?  She has inspired me numerous times when I was feeling like quitting this struggle.

Don’t quit; don’t give up.

One of my favorite phrases, from Shakespeare’s, The Tempest, is the sea-change — a marked or profound transformation:

Full fathom five thy father lies;
Of his bones are coral made;
Those are pearls that were his eyes;
Nothing of him that doth fade,
But doth suffer a sea-change
Into something rich and strange.
Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell:
Hark! now I hear them — Ding-dong, bell.

I feel that I am a part of something that is growing, that is becoming, that is profound.  Transformative.  This planet we live on is rich and strange, and I am a part of it.

We are all a part of the earth.  Go visit Hine Taiao and learn about a Maori’s perspective, about being a caretaker…

Go and read some of the blogs on my list.  Be a part of the solution.

Rethink.  Refuse.  Reduce.  Reuse.



  1. Dave

    Thank you so much for putting a link to The Daily Ocean up front in this post. I feel honored that you like the blog enough to recommend it to others as inspiring reading. I am not quitting, and neither are you! Thanks for the inspiration and the other wonderful links that I am eager to check out. OH – and that quote from the Tempest! Thanks for sharing that!

  2. Dave,

    Thanks so much for the shout out!
    As Sara said, it is truly an honor that you read my blog!
    You are such an inspiration to me and I’m thrilled to read about other like-minded blogs to explore!

    We won’t quit!!! Love the Tempest quote, too!

    Peace! 🙂 Kate

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