It’s not just the fuel cost that should drive people to becoming more “Earth” friendly, but it really should be the conscience. Small steps do add up and we will certainly make an impact and make this planet more livable. Car pooling, public transportation, better insulation, recycling, unplugging devices when not in use, solar power, water conservation, etc. are all some everyday acts that pay towards Earth’s future.
Apr 22 was Earth Day – To me, every day should be an Earth day. But what a disappointing Earth day it turned out to be on the political stage. As much as I hate typecasting people, it is truly the gun-toting, half-literate, old, middle America that has not seen the world beyond its 10 mile radius in its entire lifetime, which has once again proved why Hillary is more of a conservative than McCain. Democratic contest is really moving towards the toilet sink and the longer it traverses that path, the easier will be the task of Karl Roves of the Republican world to confirm another 4 years of ruining the country and the world.
Professionally, I am back on the road and am glad to establish newer business relationships along the way, although an evening in a New Jersey hotel is not as exciting as staying home under my own confines.