Nobody’s Driving

Powerful article by Jessica Wildfire.

Everyone wants to know why teens are crying on their phones. They talk about the mental health crisis. They ask what’s going on.

Well, teens are sad.

Describing why, in this age we (society, the adults) continue going on with inertia while the world becomes worse and worse for the new generations.

The adults don’t want to do anything. They don’t want to take anything seriously. They don’t want to think about the future.

I do feel that we are not doing enough.

The wildfires every year are something we have gotten used to and that’s scary.

A train in the in front of a orange-gray smokey sky. The train reads “Building America”, which is ironic

The receding ice in the poles and glaciers, and we keep going.

A panoramic photo of the Athabasca Glacier, two big mountains and in the middle the glacier. The walk to this glacier has markers showing how far down the glacier used to reach

Sometimes I feel I do my part, most of the time I feel I could do more. Planting drought resistant clover lawns and selling our second car.

These are not nothing, but they still feel like they are not enough.