A gloomy cloudy, mild rainy day – I am up at 6.30am. Felt so proud of myself when I manage to wake up early, make meals for the day and get out from the house, which I wanted to do so long but have been inclined to do so. Actually, I left my phone in the office. Phone is one part of my life now.
I am writing at a very peaceful environment- the ships are sailing, the small plane is taking off and the birds are flying atound so near that I can view their fur. In front of me, there is some cloudy shady views of high tower, bridges and wavy sea water- these are gifts from nature that often we forgot to experience.
I live in business world and it is always about getting the most cost efficient way to do things. It needs to be measurable but nature has never set a measure as in how we could experience them. It is for us and up to conserve what we have now. Many other places, I heard especially China have air pollution issues and it is unfortunate that temperature rise and haze covered the beautiful skies and people simply cannt wait to leave their home.
I remembered how my high school teachers raising a question of how we need to buy fresh air in the future? Fresh water in the future? It is all about reaching out to the future and not having our next generation live in miserable manner. They deserve what we have now.
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed toward an end users. Blogging about food became a must when she encounters interesting ideas about food products. She seeks for ideas and opportunities to work together.