Monday, October 15, 2012

Primitive Society

Words of Hope for the Future

Long Past Now and Far Away

Strolling the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in Central Florida, a woman and her young child spy blue and white pieces of an odd substance stuck within the pods and strands of seaweed on the shore. “Mama, what is that? What are those blue and white chips?”
“Primitive societies used something called plastic. It’s rare to see it now, but that’s what it is. I’m so grateful we no longer have such a pollutant to mar the beauty of our planet.”

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