There are various environmental organizations geared towards educating the people about protecting our planet or actively promoting environmental awareness. However, many of us still don’t fully understand or are not sensitive enough about the consequences of our actions, especially the fact that human activity is causing great harm to the environment.
On the other hand, 6-year-old Henry Marr has shown great concern for the planet despite his young age. Just recently, the adorable boy from Mount Vernon, Washington broke down in tears after watching a video about a ‘bird eating plastic at school.’ He was so heartbroken that he started lamenting inside the car as he shares his sentiments that our ‘planet is going to be wrecked.’
His mother, Allie Hall who picked him up later that day had everything filmed.
And his emotional yet powerful plea about the environment hit people right in the feels. The said video was uploaded on Facebook by his mother and has since gone viral, with more than 15 million views as of this writing.
“They are just being so bad. I could just call them dumb people or maybe even a bad word, the ‘S’ word,” Henry told his mother.
“People are just being rude to it.”
“They throw trash on the ground, they cut down trees, they make forests into places..into roads.”
“I wish I was an adult right now. I just want to do my job,” he added.
Living up to his advocacy, the young boy plans to make posters urging people to take care of the environment. He even has a Facebook page aptly titled “Henry the Emotional Environmentalist.” The potential of becoming an ‘environmental advocate’ is strong in this one.
Hush, now little boy. I bet more and more people are all ears to you now.
Watch the full video here:
Man Decides To Travel Alone With A ‘Mom, I’m Fine’ Sign In Every Place He Visits.
This ‘Mom, I’m Fine’ sign is the sweetest! Hi mom!
A part of growing up is yearning for independence--for the time that we can finally make our own decisions, pursue our greatest dreams and passions like travelling, perhaps. But with all these things that we want to do, places to go or no matter how old we get, we will always be a baby in the loving eyes of our mothers.
Meanwhile, this man knows exactly how to assure his mom that he is doing just fine while embarking on his adventures. The 27-year-old model Jonathan Quiñonez quit his day job to travel the world--alone. And nothing can get any sweeter and thoughtful than what he pulled off for her.
Jonathan started a photo series aptly titled "Mom I'm Fine" showing his snapshots from various trips around the world with a sign saying "Mom, I'm Fine." ...
Creepy Tumblr Page Shares People’s Last Text Messages Before They Died
Man, this is terribly heartbreaking!
A Tumblr account being run by a 16-year-old user is currently getting a lot of attention online. Aptly called ‘The Last Message Received,’ the page managed by Emily Trunko, a student at Ohio Virtual Academy, contains “submissions of the last messages people received from ex-friends or ex-significant others, as well as from deceased friends, significant others, and relatives.”
For this post, we’ll share with you a few entries from the site which truly broke our hearts - those ones that are from people’s departed loved ones. Read on and be sure to have a box of tissue within your reach.
#1. “You’re missing ‘music therapy.”
This Man Travels The World To Collect McDonald’s Burger Boxes
Meet the world’s biggest fast food fan!
Serge Zaka is probably the world’s biggest McDonald’s fan. Besides, this guy from Lusignan, France doesn’t only eat at the popular fast food brand’s local branch – he travels the world and collects food boxes.
This 26-year-old man works as a climate researcher and he admits that visiting the Golden Arches is always a must for him whenever he has to go for out-of-country trips. He dines in them and takes the boxes home for his collection.
Currently, he has over 300 boxes in his possession. He still has a lot of work to do though since McDonald’s can be found in about 119 countries. ...
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