MenoSunday; Life Lived Lovingly (Menocayshun; The Film Series)

Part of expressing Love with the capital 'ell' is to have a care about our environment.  Let's face it, there is always something we can do to improve our 'footprint' upon the earth. Seeking to buy food without all the plastic and cardboard wrapping; attempting to source products without the soy or palm oil in them; hunting out local produce over mass-produced global stuff. It is not always easy, and often not very cheap. If we have the capacity and wherewithal, however, then a person of Love ought to make these efforts.

Whilst we each make our individual assault on the things which add to the trauma upon Nature, here is an organisational system attempting to make a difference at the global, commercial level.

Forest 500 from Moth on Vimeo.


  1. I agree with you... if we all switch our habits just a little bit, all that little bits can help our planet... we only have this one... and the decisions we make are often final for our planet.

  2. I am rocking the not consuming things with soy:) I have been thinking a lot about plastic. Unfortunately, living rural, we really only have one grocery store and for some reason Quebec grocery stores (I have been to them in the city too) love to pre-wrap everything. We do our best and recycle when we can.

  3. It begins with awareness of how our small decisions collectively make a big difference. We have seen many changes over the decades but they are outweighed by the machines of consumption and mass production.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  4. It's so true, my friend! I hope the next generation.... xx


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