Roshen Kulwant

Roshen Kulwant

Roshen Kulwant
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Patience is a virtue, and it is one of many that  we need to adopt as part of our very beings and usher in a new standard of the 'moral self'. We need to have the patience to wait for the bus, and the courage to stand against injustice no matter the cost.

Patience is a virtue, and it is one of many that we need to adopt as part of our very beings and usher in a new standard of the 'moral self'. We need to have the patience to wait for the bus, and the courage to stand against injustice no matter the cost.

How are we suppose to move into an age of sustainability when massive corporations such as FIFA allow countries with no infrastructure and a growing poverty and drug crisis to spend millions in order to hold a football tournament? It's no big surprise that McDonalds has jumped on this injustice to make a quick buck.

How are we suppose to move into an age of sustainability when massive corporations such as FIFA allow countries with no infrastructure and a growing poverty and drug crisis to spend millions in order to hold a football tournament? It's no big surprise that McDonalds has jumped on this injustice to make a quick buck.

"Now, I don't know about you, but I don't think the primary purpose of your life, of my life and the entirety of the human race's is just to blindingly consume to support a failing economy and a faulty system. Forever and ever until we run out of every resource and have to resort to blowing each other up to ensure our own survival. " -Rou Reynolds

"Now, I don't know about you, but I don't think the primary purpose of your life, of my life and the entirety of the human race's is just to blindingly consume to support a failing economy and a faulty system. Forever and ever until we run out of every resource and have to resort to blowing each other up to ensure our own survival. " -Rou Reynolds

As we realise that unsustainable practices are no longer as cost effective maintain, we move into a time of innovation. One of the more interesting ideas being generated lately is that of solar roadways. But one must think, why did it take us this long to get here?

As we realise that unsustainable practices are no longer as cost effective maintain, we move into a time of innovation. One of the more interesting ideas being generated lately is that of solar roadways. But one must think, why did it take us this long to get here?

The idea is that we as people are born with some sense of morality bestowed upon us. This is then either developed as we grow older or forced out of us through circumstances we can not choose. We must choose the path that we walk and how we act as it is those actions that define who we are.

The idea is that we as people are born with some sense of morality bestowed upon us. This is then either developed as we grow older or forced out of us through circumstances we can not choose. We must choose the path that we walk and how we act as it is those actions that define who we are.

Like animals can be trained through repetition to behave a certain way, we humans can be trained to act virtuously until it becomes habit or second nature to us.

Like animals can be trained through repetition to behave a certain way, we humans can be trained to act virtuously until it becomes habit or second nature to us.

Like ants, we need to realise the idea that we are interdependent on the Earth and with each other. Going it alone is an impossibility and we need to start focussing on harmony, not conformity.

Like ants, we need to realise the idea that we are interdependent on the Earth and with each other. Going it alone is an impossibility and we need to start focussing on harmony, not conformity.

The world is still set in it's ways of a messiah leadership, waiting for it's eco-saviour, (kind of like it's own version of Superman), to come along and make sustainability easy. We need to be the change that we want to see in the world, not wait for someone else to bring it to our entitled laps.

The world is still set in it's ways of a messiah leadership, waiting for it's eco-saviour, (kind of like it's own version of Superman), to come along and make sustainability easy. We need to be the change that we want to see in the world, not wait for someone else to bring it to our entitled laps.

Diamonds are one of the best examples of the blind men test showing a systems failure. They are realistically worth nothing as the market hyper-inflates the price by restricting supply. They have also made it the norm as symbols of love or appreciation. We need to make our own decisions and not let the proverbial "man" dictate us.

Diamonds are one of the best examples of the blind men test showing a systems failure. They are realistically worth nothing as the market hyper-inflates the price by restricting supply. They have also made it the norm as symbols of love or appreciation. We need to make our own decisions and not let the proverbial "man" dictate us.

The damage we have caused is irreversible. The oceans are rising and natural disasters are getting more frequent. We can't go back to how the Earth used to be but what we can do is limit the amount of further damage we cause by becoming carbon neutral.

The damage we have caused is irreversible. The oceans are rising and natural disasters are getting more frequent. We can't go back to how the Earth used to be but what we can do is limit the amount of further damage we cause by becoming carbon neutral.