Why is often a question used when your children are growing up and curious about the world around them. Constant questions about what they don’t know is a good thing, because when we ask questions, we learn something new every day.
As adults we don’t really ask many questions.
We go to work, live our lives, hoping that tomorrow will be another day.
Maybe we should be curious like children and ask the relevant questions. Why do we not recycle more? Why is there still hungry children in this world? Why do we throw away so much food when there are starving children? Why don’t we do more to help?
Being curious isn’t a bad thing, and working together, we might be able to stop things like global warming. Little things, like not buying food, we know we will throw away. Planting our own gardens with things like potatoes, carrots, peas – Something my dad used to do because he wasn’t earning enough to buy them. Making sure we take our own bags to the supermarket, are some of the things we can do.
Be curious, and maybe we can help make our planet a better place.