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Rainy Days in January for Clean Planet

On a cold, rainy day in January, our planned Clean Planet Day (the last Saturday of every month) arrived. I found myself thinking, "Man, I really don’t feel like picking up trash today." We all encounter circumstances and emotions that can hinder our commitment. However, I reminded myself of my monthly pledge, which didn't include any caveats like avoiding participation if the weather was unpleasant.


Donning our raincoats, my wife and I embarked on our regular dog-walking route. I usually enjoy sharing the fun and inspiring aspects of being a clean planet leader. However, this day was different. As I trudged around picking up discarded take-out food containers and dog poop bags, I felt disheartened and resigned. The pouring rain likely affected my mood. I found myself questioning, "Why can’t people just be responsible for their trash?" While I don’t have an immediate answer or solution, I remain committed in the hope that it inspires others to take action in their communities.


I envision a world where everyone takes responsibility for their waste, rendering littering obsolete. I invite you to join our cause and adopt a new way of being and relating to our planet, as proposed by the Clean Planet organization.




 

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