It's The Little Things ...

It's the little things we do that can lead to big results and a happy dance.
Scouring the beach.
Hunting for treasure.
Picking a daisy.
Keeping the plight of vulnerable sea-creatures afloat so they don't get erased.
Nourishing thirsty leaves. Can you see the sky in the tiny drops?
Pausing to reflect: "Do not think lightly of good, that nothing will come of it. A whole water pot will fill up from dripping drops of water," observed Gautama Buddha.
What had me jumping for joy recently was realizing that the small, normally plastic, bread clips were being replaced with biodegradable/recyclable paper. It's likely no exaggeration to say trillions of plastic tabs have infiltrated the ecosystem endangering wildlife.  In Canada, other "small conveniences" that ran amok such as plastic straws, stir sticks, cutlery and six-pack rings will soon be banned. Although food packaging, like the bread, is still most often encased in plastic, inventors are seeking more environmentally friendly methods in various spheres of modern life.

Explore more at SKYWATCH and check out my sites: Postcards from Penelope Puddle and Musings of A Puddlist In B.C.

Because the state of our planet is the most pressing issue of our time, link up and learn about the  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report.