Rescue Journal

misery likes company

Carol  ·  Jun. 3, 2013

we are nutz you know. it is not just me with my crazy animal is all of us, the whole human race. none of us function very sanely.

a least not in practical terms.

we are a race of beings motivated by sheer selfishness, our ultimate goal is simply to possess. if we are on the easy side of having enough...we still want more..bigger house, nicer car, vacations to drink and bake on a beach in mexico. if we are on the harder side of needing more we are consumed by making things even harder..more violent, less hopeful for all.

we breed animals we can't or won't live with and then toss them away, we come up with the most cost effective but utterly cruel ways to keep the ones we want to use until we are finished with them.
we kill animals who pee in our house but we fill our oceans and air and land with such toxic garbage and poisons that not only the earth beneath us but also our outer space is just one huge toxic garbage waste.

we are living in a world where the air is actually murky brown..i was looking at the distant mountains a few weeks ago and could barely see them thru the smudge of what we breathe every day.

we are all fucking nutz...every single one of us. we wreck the plants, the animals, the planet itself...and we actually will just keep going until we totally wreck ourselves.

we are a very impractical species..we think too much, we do too much, we need too much. we want it all until one day, we will have nothing....just an entire planet with every living and non living thing grabbed, used, ruined and then tossed away.

that ought to be fun.



“We're in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyones arguing over where they're going to sit”
? David Suzuki

Bunny Horne

We destroy and toss everything away without a care in the world, without remorse, without regret, without consequence and some folk can even wipe it all clean from their brain as if it never happened in the first place. YET somehow those that actually give a shit about the state of our world, the state of our food source, the state of the family, the state of how we treat our animals are deemed self interest.