Simply put, this is my version of how I’d like the world to turn out, twisting problems into solutions. SuRutopia is a little whisper to the universe. After all, everything starts with an idea. Enjoy the ride as I push the realm of what is possible into my writing and dreams.
How do we transform all that marching energy into meaningful positive change? I’ve come up with a 3 step plan of action for marchers and those who might be new to the concept of “resistance”
For your health and for the health of our biosphere, I urge you to step up, join the revolution. Find an issue that resonates for you, get active. Our future depends on it. You’ll feel better and have some fun doing it.
If you are feeling despair as the US election season continues to go off the rails this month, you’re not alone.
What are you going to do today to make the world a better place? Its up to us, not the spray tanned dude or the gal awaiting her turn in the big white house. This is about so much more than voting.
I’m not a poet.
Far from it.
But since I’ve been listening to the soundtrack of Hamilton all the time,
I find myself writing in rhyme.
I have to say you are my spirit guide these days. There is a new Battle of Yorktown about to happen here in NY with fracked gas pipelines invading this town on their way to Boston for export. I’m dreaming of adapting
your entire show to cover the revolution against gas and climate chaos. After all, anything is possible.
We have numerous addictions that are a very real threat to our health, safety and future.
It’s going to take some real work to look through the bankrupt words, face facts and take meaningful action.
The evidence of harm continues to mount.
Another year, another desperate attempt to convince John Oliver to cover the gas infrastructure on his show, Last Week Tonight.
We have lots of work to do if we are to have even an inkling of a chance at avoiding catastrophic climate chaos. Let’s stop the greenwashing and focus on the red lines instead.
Monday morning blues brought on by unseasonable warm weather and thoughts of climate chaos. What can be done to inspire people towards meaningful change? What will it take?