Endorsements from those who don’t always practice what they preach, may have caused the green movement to loose some of its luster. But living an eco-friendly lifestyle – by recycling, saving energy, and preserving natural resources – is still the right thing to do to make the world a better place and preserve it for future generations.
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You know, if everything you wore was the same color, if everything you ate was the same thing day after day, and every square inch of your home were painted the same; well, it wouldn’t take too long before you would get sick of it. The sad news is that’s the way a lot of people feel about the green movement. I can’t say that I blame them, either.
Unfortunately, so much of the green doctrine you hear comes from people or organizations who don’t practice what they preach. And, let’s be honest, when a topic seems to be crammed down our throats all the time, it does lose its appeal. But don’t let the push to jump on the bandwagon turn you away from what’s right.
At the core of green is the fact that we all have to do what we can do to preserve this world we live in for future generations. So, forget about the bandwagons and movements. Hey, call it any color you want. Living eco-friendly is simply the right thing to do.