CANADA ALBERTA FORT MCMURRAY 23JUL09 – View Suncor Millennium tarsands mining operations north of Fort McMurray, northern Alberta, Canada. jre/Photo by Jiri Rezac / GREENPEACE © Jiri Rezac 2009

Humanity has intentionally or unintentionally caused extinction, permanently damaged and injured every animal, mammal, and amphibian occupying every microscopic hectare of land, the volume of water within forested canopies, lakes, desert landscapes, ocean shorelines, and the deepest oceans worldwide.

Ivory Billed Woodpecker declared extinct:

Nature is forever, as opposed to humanity’s life span of fewer than one hundred years.

Mountains forged and erected before humanity named its peaks have witnessed sunrises, sunsets, glowing moons, and eclipses.

Trees growing more than one hundred years should be praised, never harvested, trunks and branches watching humanity walk past.

Humanity’s conveniences are directly connected to the harvests of natural resources without concern for replacing, repairing, or honoring nature’s past.

Humanity’s repeated attempts to imitate nature’s smells, tastes, and flavors of every type never upset a natural world to seek revenge.

Nature only reacts to humanity’s misuse of natural resources to depletion and extinction with water, in your basement, climbing up your steps upon your doorway, shrinking shorelines.

White Madonna Lily

Nature reacts, but how will we, humanity respond or ignore the signs?

I love nature and spend most of my time outside, and as a steward of nature, I clean up when I see trash left by others.

I advocate for nature and against humanity’s exploitation and extinction of its resources.

Nature is authentically organic, polluted by humanity, and is older than any religion, rotating daily upon its axis for our benefit to enjoy its beauty without paying any tithe.

Nature has never declared morality laws demanding what I should and should not do, so my spiritual reality is nature, who will never ask me to kill another human in its name.

By Expedition Nomadic Adventurer

As a retiree travel blogger touring the US, voicing my wisdom, opinion, and thoughts about the retirement lifestyle and life in general. I'm an aspiring pre-published indie author of baby boomer romance and adventures with a whimsical comedic side. I photograph wildlife and landscapes, mountain, biking, kayaking, hiking, and backpacking. I travel the back roads and highways of America, Canada, and Mexico, documenting my adventures via print and photography.

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