Hello World, Dee here, how is everyone?
I was listening to the radio a couple of weeks ago, to 101.9 the Fox, and Hamish and Andy were talking a little bit about Leonardo Dicaprio’s Oscar 2016 speech. They played a recording of what he said when he won the Oscar for Best Actor in “The Revenant”.
If you haven’t heard about it yet, Leo thanked everyone and also mentioned Global Warming. He advised that Global Warming is a serious issue and that we should not take the world for granted.
I absolutely agree with him, when Hamish and Andy finished the recording, one of them asked “why would he say that” and the other gent made a brilliant point: who remembers the actor or actress in 1987 thanking everyone? 20 years from now, people will still remember Leonardo Dicaprio’s speech and warning about Global Warming though won’t they?
I definitely agree and I agree with what Leo Dicaprio is trying to tell everyone. He’s trying to let the world know that a huge issue, such as global warming, will affect everyone and will affect the world. Not only, the people of the planet, but also nature and animals. If we don’t start doing something about it, then our whole world will change, mainly for worse.
Movies have been trying to warn us for a long time, and now actors are too. It makes you think, what does it take for the people of our Worldy Governments to do something about this? What does it take for them to make change?
You know what? I wish we could have an actor or actress for the next Oscars (in 2017) make a comment about Australian Manufacturing and how it is depleting; as more and more companies are opting for the cheap imports and cheap quality of goods. More and more opportunities are given to external countries instead of our own.
What does it take for our own Government to make a stand and do something about this? What does it take for our Government to make a change?
There is a famous saying that I want you all to think about in regards to:
Supporting Aussie Manufacturing, Supporting Local Business, and Supporting Small Business:
The famous AFL Hawthorn Coach John Kennedy Snr. Said
“At least DO SOMETHING! DO! Don’t think, Don’t hope, do!
At least you can come off and say I did this…At least I did something!”
In the words of Bruce Lee, “Don’t think! Feeel!”
In the words of Yoda, “Do or do not, there is no try!”
In the words of Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Horace Born Dec 8th 65BC), “Don’t think! Just do!”
In the words of the Nike brand: “Just Do it!”
Never be afraid to try something new. Rmember, amateurs built the ark, professionals built the Titanic.
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