An ant asked the echo of a dinosaur: "Why do you eco around the same mountain year after year if there are so many other mountains around you?"

The dinosaur answered: "This is what the ancient dinosaurs programmed me to do".

?: Is the black ink on the white paper more important than the tears on the cheeks of a little girl who just lost her entire family because a dinosaur is fighting for tomorrows oil?

Who do you choose to be: the dinosaur-echo or the ant?

Dear friends and family, life has never been clear cut. Are we learning how to move forward in a better way as a global civilization? Is it ever enough?

Step into their shoes and you will change your mind.......

Let there be a tomorrow for the poor........please......

 

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