“Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish been caught, and the last stream poisoned, will we realize we cannot eat money.”
> Cree Indian Prophecy
That is all. I think this is a very poignant concept to mull over, and to process in today's world. I think a lot of what has happened to negatively affect the naturalistic domain outside of our cities and vast suburban hellscapes has been out of the common man's control. They had no hand in its destruction, its pollution, and the construction of our perfect picket-fence neighborhoods devoid of personality and true humanity.
All you can do is make the best of yourself, minimize what you intake for both peace of mind and to do what you can, and hope that your time here – however brief – is worth every second you spend with what you do and who you meet. It'll be better that way, easier to conceptualize, and above all else:
the good life