posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:01 PM
I would tell them if they cared to listen on any beliefs. I would also reciprocate the lending of an ear.
What I would not feel comfortable in telling my children is that we stood by and watched while THEIR world slowly, methodically and selfishly was
destroyed, with our own hands, and that we, while caretakers of this planet; or more precisely, while the caretakers of THEIR world, did, without
attempting to sew for them a bountiful everlasting harvest, insuring earth's life supporting abundance of treasures (in all definitions of treasure),
and too late now, with much regret, we depart from this planet and our earthly host bodies. Forever, their questions left unanswered. Too late is
our understanding and too solomn are our hearts. Their reality is such that we surrender mortality, all the while knowing to the end that they will
never know the earth that we did not share with them.