i am very impressed with your insight. we recycle, reuse alot and try to not use cars or waste electricity in our household, but it takes a large amount of people to join together and make somethingas simple as switching off lights into a worldwide battle against the disasters we are creating. we can reuse shopping bags, skip the car and go on bikes, turn off the tv when its not watched, have a shower instead of a bath - its all a big contribution if enough people help out.
fish interact like humans but are pure - in a way that we havnt been for decades or longer. they live in a non-creating manor, when they have no desire to produce technicalities to adjust the environment for the better, so their ecosystem os unaffected by their being. fish are imo
a way to look back at what nature provided us - how tainted we are incomparison and how truly beautiful we could be, how happy.
this is why i own a fish tank - i feel i am a controller of nature, i have an impact on their lives and i want to make them happy. but what about our own lives? do we truly understand the control we have over nature where we are ruining its balance, how it is devastating core essentials to survival. why do we not improve the delicate sytem? i say it is time to make a stand.
i also believe places like casinos and large electric-based entertainment buildings should be reduced largely in population, to save electric and lower the carbon footprint we are stamping into the earth. this is my input. thanks.