Nature is telling us, for sure, to take better care or go EXTINCT.
The planet is being poisoned and exploited to DEATH.
Holy Sonnets: Death, be not proud
When people decide to exit, it is their own business and it should be their own decision, alone. For sure, the world can offer to try to convince the person to do otherwise, etc., but, ultimately, everyone should have the right to exit at any time, if they so choose and when they choose to do so. The world doesn’t permit it, perhaps, because many more would leave this world, in a heartbeat, and the population would voluntarily be drastically reduced on its own. Revenues for businesses, governments, and other money-making entities would decline too much and there would be less money for the powerful and the controllers.
Since there is no other way to escape this planet, as we don’t have the technology to be able to do so, we can’t take an intergalactic space ship or we don’t have a way to choose another dimension in order to escape this Prison Planet. We are stuck here, to suffer interminably, until the end when Life chooses the time we go. Suicide, in a painful way, prevents most from doing it or wanting to do it. Therefore, many are stuck here, in order to wait for their turn when Life will remove them at its own designated time, not ours, leaving those who do not want to stay on this planet to undergo tremendous heartbreak and tremendous emotional and mental pain. Such is the world we live in. It’s always about Power & Control in every way imaginable and unimaginable. This is just another piece of the Power & Control matrix puzzle.
This is an excellent movie to reflect on what is seen on the screen, the time it represents: the emergence of Elvis Presley, the Vietnam War dilemma, Kennedy and Nixon and many other events that will remind us about what Forrest goes through in this epic and great American film.
Forrest breaks down at the grave of his girlfriend Jenny and tells her his most intimate thoughts about his life. It is truly emblematic of the main theme that runs throughout the film: acceptance and regard for the present moment and lessons learned.
Details of the film: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forrest_Gump