Earth Day is a name used by two different observances held annually in the (northern) spring, both intended to inspire awareness of and appreciation for the Earth’s environment. Observed in 175 countries, and coordinated by the non-profit Earth Day Network, http://www.earthday.org, Earth Day is the largest secular modern-day holiday in the world.
“May there only be peaceful and cheerful Earth Days to come for our beautiful Spaceship Earth as it continues to spin and circle in frigid space with its warm and fragile cargo of animate life.”
— United Nations Secretary-General U Thant
March 21, 1971.
Photos of the Earth Day ceelebrations in the City of Pines, the focal point of which is a freestyle drawing event along Session Road which is participated by people from all walks of life. (The only bummer is that it caused the closure of this major thoroughfare for this event which caused traffic jams within the city center, considering also that it’s a Sunday and there are a lot of visitors in the city.)
On another note…I’m already having this mixed feelings about starting anew with a new company. As much as I seem to be excited the past few days, now since it’s just a day away, I’m having another gut feel. Probably because I’m thrown back to square one, but I know I must have survived those kinds of situations. But then again, it may be because of another venture that I’d be entering into after meeting up with a business contact here in Baguio, of which I’m gonna help her market a product that’s ostensibly good…I just need FOCUS. FOCUS.
Good luck to me on my new journey starting tomorrow. And as such, I needed to do another blog leave so as to help me acclimate myself with my new environment. But whenever there’s an urge for me to blog, I’ll just do so.