In reading literature by Native Americans, I like their philosophy of life. We could learn a lot by reading from their perspective. The air, earth and mountains are sacred to them.
Already, we are seeing the reckless cementing, endangerment and destruction to the mountains. Those are mistakes that have been made because people were unwilling to delay until tomorrow.
It is amazing, the ingenuity that developers use concocting explanations that gave them operational licenses to destroy and erase what many have always cared about.
Not having the right to vote on those decisions, people should march in protest against the destruction and sue those people who damage the environment. This is a democracy, after all.
What an inheritance to leave to the children.
I believe that the future generation will turn to this one with a look of pride for what we have done.
Katherine Lawler, Mexico