This week, we are counting the untallied costs.
Four million fellow humans is today’s official number.
Tonnes of new plastic pellets leaked into the Indian Ocean.
Hundreds more families uncovered hidden stories of colony.
Towers built on reclaimed, deforested wetlands claimed lives.
Victims rely on charities dependent on good deeds by predators.
Unhealthy food addictions created healthy pandemic profits.
Waste counts for more than one-third of all food produced.
High fashion traps low income nations in the poverty cycle.
Women are owned by men to produce new cheap workers.
The original sustainable is viewed as ripe for development.
Wildlife conservation is capitalized for our entertainment.
Destruction and corruption are miscellaneous in budgets.
Restoration and recovery is charged to the survivors.
The wisdom of elders is warehoused in institutions.
This approach to global economy is the alternative.
Real progress requires compassion and kindness.
Back to normal means less more and more less.
How are we costing our choices?
Listen to your own heartbeat.
Serving Hong Kong since 2001 … naturally
“The price of inaction is far greater than the cost of making a mistake.” Meister Eckhart.
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