How does the shown object point to a better world?

The recog­ni­tion and respect of nature’s right to exist­ence and our respons­ib­il­ity in caring for eco­sys­tems, so that these won­der­ful beings that migrate can con­tin­ue to live and with them we can con­tin­ue to live. We are code­pend­ent, our lives are related and we share the plan­et.

This is how I imagine a better world:

Respect for life in all its forms, a fun­da­ment­al prin­ciple for a bet­ter world. In our hands is the decision to wel­come diversity as a start­ing point for the cre­ation of altern­at­ive ways to pre­vent and man­age con­flicts, to pro­mote inclus­ive liv­ing con­di­tions for all, in accord­ance with their eth­nic and cul­tur­al char­ac­ter­ist­ics and places of ori­gin. The plan­et is not our prop­erty, it is not there for our vora­cious appet­ite, recog­niz­ing that nature is our moth­er and we must pro­tect it and heal it from the deep wounds we have made from ambi­tion, the unlim­ited accu­mu­la­tion requires a paradigm shift from util­it­ari­an­ism to co-respons­ib­il­ity.

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Gisela, Santa Marta Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona