Some people think they have the right to do whatever they want, regardless of how it affects anyone else around them. Sometimes what they do is from ignorance (not knowing or understanding causes and effects), sometimes it’s a deliberately hurtful, even criminal action. Either way, what they do causes all kinds of suffering that is fully preventable.
Here are a few images you can think about and share if they “speak” to you:
Single page with these three:
The effects are that intimate!
Environmental sensitivities (including electrical, wireless, and multiple chemical sensitivities) are recognized as a disability or functional impairment in many jurisdictions around the world. That means there’s a “duty to accommodate” by making environments accessible.
Making environments (products and services) accessible for people with MCS/ES benefits everyone, as exposure to toxic chemicals and wireless radiation is not healthy for anyone.
Wireless devices are being made and used in ways that independent scientists say are harmful to our lives, not just to those who have disabling ES or EHS.
Fragrances contain chemicals that can harm everyone, not just those who are “sensitive”.
Continuing to use products that are harming yourself and others is a sign of addiction.
Products that are harmful and addictive should be properly regulated and labeled, and people should be educated about all the ingredients and effects (known as well as probable).
In the absence of policies, laws, and regulations that would protect everyone, we can be kind and we can protect each other. It’s always possible to be kind.
If we can all be kinder to and more considerate of each other, as breathing, living beings, instead of blindly purchasing and using products from corporations whose sole purpose is to make as much profit as they can, who manufacture and sell products that harm us and the environment we all depend on for life, for now and for future generations, we will all feel better, we truly will.
How could we knowingly hurt anyone, especially someone we care about?