Why is the world set up like a never ending system?
Why does someone care if the world goes on and on?
- JocelyneLv 51 month ago
There is an end if you believe in a deterministic reality. The end is when we have fulfilled our reason for being here in the first place. We need to be in balance with Nature/Force that created us. We are presently in the transition stage. The aim is for humanity to connect and integrate with each other as all other elements in nature are.
The end is destined to be very good, but we have the choice to get there of our own free will, in a good way or we will be pushed there through painful blows. Covid-19 is the beginning of the global blows. Nature will continue to afflict us with natural disasters, fires, droughts... and who knows what else awaits us with all the pollutants we have laced the planet with.
We need to change. Make people more important than profits. Connect above all our differences. Our choice.
- JakeLv 41 month ago
It is good to have true devotion to St. Kateri Tekakwitha, who is the patron saint of American Indians and of the environment. It is good to honor her feast day of July 14 and to recite novenas and other prayers in her honor. It is also good to visit the spring in Fonda, New York where she was baptized. St. Kateri spent much of her short life contemplating the great dignity of being baptized, and chose her baptismal name after St. Catherine of Siena. St. Kateri Tekakwitha is known as Princess of the Eucharist.