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  • Cece Chou

    Good point. There are many issues facing the world, but there are much more people living in this world. Everyone get to do something for real, something will change.

  • Fera Schoen

    Actually, I think getting overwhelmed will help, too. The more people who kill themselves, the better. Reduces humanity's carbon footprint by removing decades and decades of pointless consumption and distraction subject entirely to selfish impulses. I think suicide is one of the most honorable acts we humans can commit at this point, since even the 'good' people still tend to do more harm than good and, despite their efforts, they're outnumbered by billions.

    Don't want to commit suicide? I get it. That pesky will to live initiative is always getting in the way. That's fine. Second option: stop breeding. No children at all (they'll mess up your life worse than crack, so I'm actually doing you a solid here) for a few generations and things will be looking up.

    Not into either of those? Okay. The third option is the one practically everyone's doing: wait to die. It's the laziest and least practical, but it, too, will eventually work.

    Anyway, here's hoping for the extinction of our species. I'm done with it. I hate all of you and I hate me, because we're all selfish, pathetic, lazy and fearful and we don't deserve what we have. Climate change and all the death and misery it will bring is the best thing to happen to humans since the black plague, and I honestly hope that this time we do not survive.

  • Diana Ahrens

    Sounds like a really interesting model - wasn't aware of Me to We until now. I love the Gifts of Impact....

  • Alex Gorosh

    I couldn't agree more. I wish activism was a bigger part of America's education system. Community engagement should be the rule and not the exception in young people's lives. Keep up the good work!