But sometimes they don't make sense
Everyone is taught never to judge a book by its cover, it's the words themselves that are important.
Even though it is a statement, it doesn't mean the rule is followed . If you see someone on the side of the road with a cardboard sign, they must be broke even if they could be ANYONE in the whole wide word.
My 6th Grade Language Arts Teacher once had a talk with us (students) on the subject of covers after the books that had been torn and ripped seemed to be picked less in his Library of Randomized Books . He then stood to the class and pointed out the that even though the torn books were awful looking, they were still great to read after he read some of the beaten cover's summaries. He stated that even though we would always be told to never judge someone on the outside, we always will. Humans will always judge and we all know that from the thousands of years of doing so.
So even if you think a book is torn-up, shredded, covered in mysterious liquids, and smells just like a trash bin full of burning rotten food, it still might be a good book. You just might want to find a different copy though.
Age is always flowing
It runs out
It can be produced
It is not worried about when you a lot of it
But it worries you when the sand falls downs the timer
Age in inevitable
Age is sad but truly a bitter sweet thing
Nature is colorful, creative, crazy, and calming. It's so weird to believe we enjoy this but we destroy it.
Falling Water is an remarkable building in architecture and art.
It flows water underneath as it calmly lay in a lush forrest biome in Pennsylvania, but even the most precious items are corrupted.
Falling Water had a mold issue.
Nothing is perfect, even the best things. This building can be you, it has flaws but those problems can be fixed.
Why waste resources that can't be reused, why don't people act resourceful, why ruin the lives of the future when we destroy the useful to make it useless?
There are ways that could save resources. Geothermal power plants, wind mills, solar panels, and so many better options could be taken, but why aren't they?
It's because the world is so needy for "crowd funding & taxation", it makes a large part of the government, but the government say with its mighty fist "No, we shall destroy Earth and Eternity as that is what man shed blood for" just in a more akward conversations where the people disagree on where taxes should go.