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熊猫竹叶思,人类自由史。/ Panda upon her bamboo thoughts on Human history’s quest for freedom. December 8, 2013

Posted by @Karen_Fu in environment, ethics, faith, human quality, Justice, Quick thoughts.
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My raw Chinese presented in a so called poem…
I wonder if the built in translation is in. If not, I’ll do a translation on my thoughts about great leaders and predecessors who sacrifice for us so we could have a better peaceful and fair future.

Title: 熊猫竹叶思,人类自由史。

熊猫啊熊猫,妳白白的脸
黑黑的眼圈,玲珑的身躯
四肢趴在地上,双眸望着天
烂漫地思考,人的怪癖。。。

几番革命似乎没有断人类的劣根性。
不然熊猫就不会和许多其他的动物
会受到人类文明而频临绝种的威胁。

曼德拉
孙中山

一生为人类自由牺牲了他们自己的自由
为后裔谋求平等、公正和自由。

希望他们生前的牺牲没有白费。
光说无效,纸上谈兵无效,
只有切切实实地实践他们为世人所做的
才有利于维护真正的世界和平。

我们的祖宗也本着这个信念,
所以他们生前奋勇抗战
希望后代子孙有幸福的将来。

熊猫,妳说说看
我们人类学会了历史的教训吗?
— 不吃竹叶的熊猫,凯仁随笔分享之。

又:孙文曰:"革命尚未成功,同志们仍需努力。"

@karen_fu, 8-12-2013

Why Our World Collapses November 29, 2013

Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, climate change, environment, environmental pollution, ethics, human quality, life challenges, man made calamity, Quick thoughts, real power.
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I thought I was going to bed early until I saw this post on Facebook by Venerable Jing Kong. What he had said really echoed my thoughts about why we are having a decaying world. He placed in all the complex reasons in very concise points that shoot the demon out of the chaos, which we are all suffering now. The very reason of human ethical decay is the main reason why our world collapses, and why justice can can take such a long time to come. Technology can rectify the problems but for a permanent solution, a human change in character for the good must be achieved. I am pasting a screenshot of what the Venerable has said, and hopefully this will open eyes for more people to come forth for a stronger voice for environmental conservation and humanity.

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Don’t Blow Up For Greed. November 15, 2013

Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, environment, environmental pollution, ethics, faith, Innovation, life challenges, Quick thoughts.
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A fine and very creative example to use renewable resources. After Fukushima, I think the Japanese are adamant to stray away from nuclear and out in their research efforts in other renewable sources for energy. Not only does this solar plant is aesthetically pleasing but it is as beautiful on the inside as far as the intentions are. I hope more innovations and implementations of this kind will eventually replace nuclear energy. I suppose it takes a good blast to learn the lessons up. But I do hope we don’t need to do another one to master the real lessons of self destruction. There are many ways to power. Don’t blow it up because of stupidity and greed. – Karen Fu

Reference :
1. CNet – Kyocera launches 70 Megawatt solar plant.