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Human Things Are Not Perpetual

The united purpose of a society of the world should be the progress of humanity in healthy environment.

We all know that human things are not perpetual; all pass through the same cycle--beginning, progress, perfection, corruption, end. But, can you dream and imagine that every person linked to you is doing his or her part, and after that they activate their network of people, and than their network... Can you imagine and visualize the whole picture? 

If every single person in your local area start thinking and helping the same way we think and they start playing with posibilities or doing their portion... Well, the results will be almost perpetual.

If we start thinking about our world as a universal state, and our idea suggests that the various races, by their peculiar aptitudes and qualities, contribute to the common good of the whole. The idea of the "solidarity" of all peoples to protect environment as that common good should be an important element in the growth of the new global programs.

The rise and decline, not only of peoples, but of whole civilizations have depended upon their relations to Earth and their local area.


Article Source: http://www.supportenvironment.info

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Maya Gavric, entrepreneur, consultant, realtor, freelance writer, web developer, artist and marketing coach has been working, researching and reporting on the Internet for years. Her numerous articles offer valuable insight and tips on wide variety of topics. In recent times she has paid particular attention to knowledge management on the Internet and environmental problems, exploring how our attention to hot issues might best transform current situation into better practice.

The "United Purpose Of Society" reprinted with permission.


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What You Should Know
The present populations of the planet Earth represent physical adaptation to their environments. 
Evolution needs room but finds the Earth's surface limited.
The more adaptable and mobile an organism is, the wider the distribution which it attains and the greater the rapidity with which it displaces its weaker kin.
Mankind has in common with all other forms of life the tendency toward expansion. 
The rise and decline, not only of peoples, but of whole civilizations have depended upon their relations to Earth and their local area.