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Humans of the world, wake up!
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2020
I have always fret that we, humans, were going to be the main cause of our own extinction. This book is all the fact you need to confirm that we are an unstoppable force of destruction. Unless some radical change happens pretty soon, this dystopian future is around the corner. The author presents hard facts on the way we, humans, are affecting the planet and endangering not only our future but that of our progeny, not to mention that of the countless other species in our world. This book is a wakeup call for all of us, a realization that we cannot, we must not, continue down this path. It is a slap in the face that makes us realize that we cannot wait for our governments or the industry or the rich of the world to do something about it. It is my responsibility, it is yours, it is ours. Individually, every one of us can make a difference. Pick up a flag and become the flag bearer of a cause, demonstrate your integrity in the way you consume energy, what you eat, what you wear, how you spend and invest your money, how you educate your children, how you live your life. Are we going to wait for the capitalists of the world to do something about it when they know it will cost them money? Can you hear them advocating for consuming less, using less energy, for reducing their revenue with the purpose of being one with the environment? This has gone too far. Educate yourself, educate your children, make a difference. Humans of the world, this book is the punch in the stomach we all were seriously needing. Let's unite with the thousands of other people that individually are trying every day to slow down this destructive snowball. Be this book a humbling experience, to recognize that those of us who enjoy a good life are probably doing it at the expense of the lives of others less fortunate, humans, animals, and other organisms. We can still change this course, together, but we are running out of time. You can clearly see this book has been a profound experience for me. I wish every sapiens of this world had the chance to read a copy of it. Hopefully it would have the same waking effect it had on me.