||[Jul. 6th, 2003|04:33 pm]
I've been cutting out pictures for my walls again. My goal is to cover every available space with pictures. And not just any pictures--I'm very selective about that. I cut out only pictures of animals or nature with no visible sign of humans in the image. That way, whenever I feel as if there is nothing left of the natural world, I can look in my room and see all the wonderful things that still exist in the world that are (apparently) relatively untouched by our race.
I'm still mad at myself for playing with toy bulldozers when I was a kid, though. But I swear, there will never be pictures of constuction vehicles in my room, now that I know the evil they can cause. I learned that at eleven years old, and within a year I became a vegetarian and sank down into a deep depression over the state of the earth. Now I'm much better, thankfully. I know that although these places are rapidly diminishing, there will always be somewhere in the world to remind us of what the world used to look like, a refuge for creatures of the past and a reminder for us that will be constantly on the edge of our sight.
And I know there is hope, although not much of it, that someday, LOL, humans will realize what they have done and try to make up for the evil they have caused. Who knows? Anything could happen.