When I look at the Earth from space, I see vast seas, huge land masses, and swirling clouds.
There are no boundaries, save those between water and land.
There are no sections of the Earth that say, “This is the most important place and you’re only important if you live here.”
From this distance, there is only water, land, and sky.
Why do so many of us fear of losing things to others, when we should share everything we can?
Why do so many people take from others, when there are so many willing to give?
Why don’t you ask for what you need, and allow yourself to be connected with thosethat have what you need?
Why don’t you listen to those with needs, and give when you can?
From this distance, there is plenty.
– Eric Huber | Photo by NASA 2012
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