My coworker said something to me today that inspired this post. “You really want to live in this perfect world. That is never going to happen.” Well, why couldn’t it ever happen? I believe it could, but it starts with how we treat each other and raise the children.
I want to live in a world where doctors treat the patient, not the symptom.
The world where dentists do not use mercury to fill teeth, and hand out samples of toxic toothpastes, rather using ozone and nutrition to heal the body, and give out samples of natural toothpastes like Earthpaste or Auromere.
Where drug companies don’t own the government and the AMA, and every other commercial isn’t a drug advertisement for a pill that will cause you more harm than good.
A world where war no longer exists because people love and respect each other enough to leave one another alone when they disagree on their beliefs.
A world where people aren’t out to make each other miserable by gossip or betrayal.
A world where people do not poison their food and pollute the land, air, and water that nourishes them.
A world where people love to read and learn, not spend their lives mindlessly watching football or the Kardashians. (A little television is ok, but the average American spends 15 YEARS of their life watching TV.)
A world where everyone enjoys exercise and the beauty of nature.
A world where there is no hate, no bullying, no greed, no abuse, no homelessness, no one starving.
A world I would like for our children to live in. This world begins with each of us, it starts with controlling our own egos. When we work on ourselves, we create ripples of change that affect everyone around us. Small acts of kindness create great things in our world!
Am I the only one who feels this way? Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments! 🙂