Earth Day is Every Day | BA Wygant's Thoughts on Earth Day & a Recent Interview by Marshall Masters April 23 2015 1 Comment
Bette Anne Wygant Earth Day 2015:
"This is a time for every person on this planet to stop and reflect for a moment about the state of the health, and the future of our beautiful Mother Gaia. I have seen many troubling changes, on so many fronts and issues since I was a young child. The problems are growing very quickly now, and with more urgency."
"I must ask, what are we leaving for the future generations? With the pollution from the Nuclear disaster in Japan, the contamination of the Pacific Ocean, massive kills of many species of Marine life, now the closure of the fisheries in California, I must ask, Will there be future generations?"
When scientists have to worry about losing their funding for telling the Truth, it is time to wake up Humanity and consider making some very serious changes to protect life in this century and beyond.""Are we to let the survival of this planet depend on the leaders of Industry that tell us there are no Earth quakes near fracking wells and that the water aquifers are not corrupted by them? We need to realize that we are running out of time. Our Grandparents left to us the wonders of our National Parks, with the love and respect of our Mother Gaia's beauty and reverence. What are we leaving for our children? Will Humanity become part of the extinction of Species? Only time will tell."
These and other topics are also discussed in Bette Anne's recent 30 minute interview with Marshall Master who has been a past contributor on CNN. During the course of the interview Bette Anne Shares her experiences and observations of life in the physical world, and our journey home which inspires her work. Weather painting in the 70s or today her mission remains the same; Painting & sharing the light!! I hope you appreciate & enjoy this emotional and inspiring video:
This is a recent (30min) interview I did with Marshall Masters (a past CNN contributor) where I share my experiences &...Posted by BA Wygant on Thursday, April 23, 2015
Maria on May 10 2015 at 07:51AM
I hadn’t thought of the corpamison between the two, but now it all makes so much sense! The best Julia moment was when she ranted about Southerners and their crazy relatives, basically saying that they don’t hide them, they flaunt them. Anyhow, I agree that we need to see more Alpha Bette next season, but not so much that she brings out the old Tina.