Sunday, July 22, 2018

Sunday - Saying Yes to the World

Our efforts to honor human differences cannot succeed apart from our effort to honor the buzzing, blooming, bewildering variety of life of earth. All life rises from the same source, and so does all fellow feeling, whether the fellow moves on two legs or four, on scaly bellies or feathered wings. If we care only for human needs, we betray the land; if we care only for the earth and its wild offspring, we betray our own kind. The profusion of creatures and cultures is the most remarkable fact about our planet, and the study and stewardship of that profusion seems to me our fundamental task.
Scott Russell Sanders


Tabor said...

What a wonderful composition. Really drawn to this style and envious of your a good way,

Barbara Rogers said...

I read this this morning, and thought of it throughout the day. It made an impression on me!