I’ve been in a fog about the Climate Change March in NYC due to my computer’s being hacked and all my addresses contacted for a scam (sorry if you were one of them—no, I am not stranded in Manila on vacation, and thanks for not sending me money!). Anyway, I just woke up to the fact that I didn’t have a seat on the train to and from NYC, so this morning at 6AM I was wide awake putting the pieces together. The train from Trenton is already sold out, and I got two of the last seats from Princeton (luckily I’m close to both stations now that we live in Pennsylvania).
We’re all absorbed in the necessary and important things we fill our days with—yet we must also act to assure a livable future for those who come after we are gone.
On Sunday, Sept. 21, people from all over the country will be coming together in NYC for the People’s Climate March. The March is anticipated to be the largest climate rally in history. This is our chance to influence world leaders before the UN Climate Summit to support a comprehensive global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.
If you’re coming too, let me know! If you can’t come, please join me in prayer for the sake of our children and grandchildren. Look for me in the crowd and let’s pray for the loving, life-giving changes the world community must choose.
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