Brad Rant: A Note On Quality Control
Water and air are at the top of our basic needs.
Without them, well… how long can you hold your breath?
The purity of each are important.
Think Flint, Michigan.
I am writing this from the Philippines.
I visit here to reset my spiritual clock a couple times a year.
In the paper this morning, there’s an article stating that the World Health Organization declares that 45.3 per 1,000 Filipino people die per year due to outdoor air pollution. It’s a crazy statistic…
All of us want to be safe and healthy, and are engaged actively in the pursuit of this. Multiple times per day. Per hour.
Many of us are committed to a healthy lifestyle, spiritual practice, organic food, supporting responsible businesses, NGOs, teaching our kids, acting with loving kindness, etc. All in hopes that it will optimize the quality of our life and others’ – to live long and fulfilled lives.
I assume the quality of my air and water is acceptable.
However, I know I shouldn’t assume anything.
Do you know the quality of yours?