Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight, red sky in morning shepherd’s warning. I am not sure where that saying came from, but it must have been something to do with the weather.
I think both time’s of day are beautiful, even if that means we get rain the next day. Plants need water to thrive, and sunlight to grow. They need both to make life special.
I see a beautiful sunset, and the crimson and orange glow from the sun setting or rising is a miracle. It is up to us to save the miracle. We can ignore what is going on around us, but we still use plastic way more than we should.
When I was a child, we recycled more. The milkman brought our milk every day, and we left the glass bottles the next morning to be collected. Now we buy plastic bottles of milk, which we don’t recycle quickly enough.
If there were bottle banks, we could put them into, and then send back to the companies, there would be no need to have them fill our landfills, or oceans. We have to see sense, and make our world whole again.