Save and Protect Mother Nature
The year 1968 remains one of the most tumultuous single years in American history. It was a time marked by global conflict and anxiety. It's marked by shocking assassinations, an unpopular war and a spirit of rebellion that swept through the country. With that being said, the year of 1968 is also marked by historic achievements.
It was December 24, 1968, when the astronauts of Apollo 8 did a live broadcast from lunar orbit. Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William Anders were the first humans to ever orbit the moon and described how beautiful our Earth is. Later that night, they took a photo of our beautiful planet that would so ever change the way we see and think about our world.
Look at that image of Earth. It's beautiful. It’s breathtaking. We can see the glowing marble of blue oceans, the green forests, and mountains brushed with white clouds, rising over the surface of the moon. Even the astronauts were amazed. As Lovell would say, “It makes you realize just what you have back there on Earth."
Yet the true measure of a person's strength is how we rise to the moment when it arrives. Well my friends; that moment has arrived. Now more than any other time in history, the Earth needs our help. We need to start protecting and preserving Mother Nature for future generations to enjoy. It will not be easy. It will be hard. But we will do what is hard to achieve greatness.
Be the change you want to see in the world. Tomorrow is Earth Day and there’s so much we can do to help protect and restore our planet, from joining a cleanup to planting a tree. This is a time for us to reach for the stars. This is our time to become heroes. This is a time for us to change the world for the better.
Thomas Hall the Stickboy behind Stickboy Coffee
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How it all started: "I have been so skinny all my life that from a young age I was given the nickname “Stickboy” so it only made sense to name the company Stickboy Coffee!"